GNOME Color Manager
Color profile manager for the GNOME desktop
GNOME Color Manager is a session framework that makes it easy to manage, install
and generate color profiles in the GNOME desktop.
This project has the following features:
* Setting output gamma tables (with local brightness and adjustments) to any
Xrandr output (falling back to the per-screen methods for drivers that do not
yet support Xrandr 1.3).
* Setting of settings at session start, and when monitors are hotplugged.
* Easy install of vendor supplied ICC or ICM files, just by double clicking
on the file.
* Easy display calibration using an external calibration device, and scanner
calibration using a inexpensive IT 8.7 target. For calibration, the ArgyllCMS
package is required.
* Integration X11 by setting the per-screen and per-output _ICC_PROFILE atom,
which makes applications such as the GIMP use a color managed output.
* Easy to use DBus interface for applications to query what ICC profiles should
be used for a specific device or device type. This is session activated and
is only started when it is needed, and quits after a small period of idleness.
For more information, please see http://projects.gnome.org/gnome-color-manager/