Output Color Profile.
ICC color profile.
1 to enable, 0 to disable blackpoint compensation.
1 to enable, 0 to disable dithering.
object specifies the output color space profile to which the image should be converted if it is different than the working profile.
profile must be either a valid
icc::Name defined in the ICC profile map of an image catalog or default catalog, or a relative path to a profile file (typically with .icc or .icm suffix). See
object for additional information.
object may not include ‘,’ characters, even if HTTP-encoded.
renderIntent allows overriding the default rendering intent.
blackpointComp enables blackpoint compensation if the output profile supports this feature.
Not all color conversions support all
blackpointComp choices. Typically, these settings are honored only when the ICC output profile characterizes an output device such as a printer or monitor. Also, some ICC output profiles do not support all
dither enables dithering (actually error diffusion), which may avoid or reduce color banding artifacts.
Request attribute. The server will return an error if an image type is specified with
fmt= which does not match
blackpointComp are ignored if not compatible with the specified ICC profile. CMYK output device profiles are more likely to support different rendering intents.
If color management is enabled and
icc= is not specified, the server will deliver the image converted to the output profile (
attribute::IccProfile*) matching the image type specified with
If not specified,
renderIntent is inherited from
blackpointComp is inherited from
dither is inherited from