I made my own image profile using a measured IT8 target, scanin and DCamProf.
Next to a DCP I made an ICC and then embedded it into the reference TIFF (used by scanin) for evaluating the ICC. It should have the same effect on the linear reference TIFF as the DCP has on the original DNG file.
While the DCP is working perfectly in Lightroom or RT as DNG input color profile, I would expect the mutated TIFF to be rendered very similar to the DNG converted to the working space (as shown in Lightroom or RT), but it is only brighter but still greenish as the original reference file. Shouldn’t it be rendered perfectly after the resulting ICC profile was embedded?
scanin -v -p -dipn targetcapture.tiff it8.cht values.txt dcamprof make-profile -i D65 -I D50 -n 'Nexus 5X-LGE-google' targetcapture.ti3 'profile.json' dcamprof make-dcp -t acr -n 'Nexus 5X-LGE-google' -d "profile" 'profile.json' 'profile.dcp' dcamprof make-icc -t acr -n 'Nexus 5X-LGE-google profile' 'profile.json' 'profile.icc' exiftool targetcapture.tiff "-icc_profile<=profile.icc" # Now compare targetcapture.tiff to target shown with input profile "profile.dcp"