A method of handling out-of-gamut colors when matching one color space to another. The ICC profile specification specifies four rendering intents: Perceptual, Absolute Colorimetric, Relative Colorimetric, and Saturation.
A tag in a profile to indicate how to reconcile differences between input and output gamuts when image data characterized by the profile are transformed. See the ICC Profile Format Specification for more details.
The approach taken when a CMM maps or translates the colors of an image to the color gamut of a destination device. Each profile supports four different rendering intents: perceptual matching, relative colorimetric matching, saturation matching, and absolute colorimetric matching.
In color management, the approach used to map the colors specified in an image file to the color gamut of your monitor or printer. The color gamut is the range of color that a device can produce. See also: color gamut
Rendering intent refers to the way the CMM (Color Management Module) will handle out-of-gamut colors during a conversion from one color space to another. The International Color Consortium specification includes four different rendering intents: Perceptual, Relative Colorimetric, Saturation and Absolute Colorimetric.