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Decoding Canon Printer ICC Profile Names

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Canon ICC Profile Naming Conventions

ICC Profiles from Canon follows a simple naming convention. The file always (with few exceptions) starts with Canon, and then the printer model number/name (or printer series), the paper/media type in short form sometimes with a number corresponding to the quality (usually on the scale 1-5, where the lower number is the highest quality, and the higher number is the lowest quality) of the slider in the Print Quality Dialog on your Operating System.

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