I had a question about DPP color managment. I recently started using a program I'm sure you have all hard of "Noiseware". Love it BTW and noticed something odd. It has the option to read "Embedded" profiles....OK I have this selected. Now Noiseware cant read RAW files, so it must either be TIFF or JPEG. I used DPP to make the JPEG for Noiseware with embedded icc selected on converson. In DPP(which I used all the time) I have the preferences set up as shown in the screen shot I have attached. I use a Huey monitor calibrator and have that selected in Monitor selection under color matching module...is this correct? The color shown in DPP looks probably the most correct as shot when the Huey icc is selected in monitor color matching section, but when the converted file is loaded into Noiseware, the color is way off from what I intended in DPP. Its much more saturated and has a magenta cast compared to what it showed on screen in DPP during the conversion. I have the workspace set to sRGB....I normally work in Adobe, but all of my assignments I shoot thats not for me, I am required to shoot sRGB...so this is why I am using a smaller space. The image in the "DPP screen shot" was taken playing with my cat, and the image was used later to test Noiseware. That program does an awesome job with noise....best Ive used. Anyway, back to subject at hand. The image in screen shot is what I had in DPP, I also attached at screen shot to show what it looks like in Noiseware. You can get my point this way. Could I be double color managing. Should I leave the color matching section set to my color space "sRGB and leave the Huey to make sure that the colors are correct. Because even when the Monitor section is left blank and I have sRGB selected, I can toggle the Huey off and on and see a huge difference in its corrected colors so even tho the Profile isnt selected, Huey is still correcting my monitor color. So my question is, Have I misunderstood the Color Matching section in DPP. Because when I leave it set to sRGB, then DPP will display the exact color the JPEG shows when loaded into anything else. I'm asking because I have my color like it should be in DPP, but when using Noiseware afterwords, the color is changed once the file is saved. I have no way of knowing what the fina will look like at this point. Hope I didnt confuse anyone.