On Sat,  1 Aug 2009 21:11:51 +0200 (CEST)
"photocomix" <for...@gimpusers.com> wrote:

> 
> >> > To see the size of the attached color profile, first extract it:
> >> >
> >> >    $ exiftool -icc_profile -b -w icc lightbulb.jpg
> >> >
> >> > Then look at how big it (and the image) is:
> >> >
> >> >    $ du -hb lightbulb.*
> >> >
> >> > which gives the output
> >> >
> >> >    557168  lightbulb.icc
> >> >    560484  lightbulb.jpg
> >> >
> >> > / Martin
> 
> >Alt+Enter (Image Properties) shows whether there is an ICC profile
> >attached (and what it describes itself as).
> >Perhaps it should also mention the size of the profile
> 
> >David
> 
> @Martin 
> 
> Thank a lot to solve the mistery
> 
> @ David
> >Perhaps it should also mention the size of the profile
> will be nice,as will be useful a option  a option to discard it.(as
> Exif data that occupy much less space may be discarded)..i mean a
> option from the "Save" (or if you prefer the term "Export")dialog
> 
> Or  similar issues are too rare to require changes ?




You probably already know, but if you Copy and Paste as New Image, you
will get rid of the icc stuff

o...@owen-desktop:~/images$ du -hb lightbulb*
3103    lightbulb1.jpg   <-----Copy and pasted image
557168  lightbulb.icc
560484  lightbulb.jpg

Owen
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