Axel, thanks for your answer. I'll come back to it in detail later.
Meanwhile I would like you and the other readers to just look at this:
Kerusker wrote:I'm using the latest full versions of FPV and Codec Pack (no trials).
I've turned color mgmt on in FPV and I'm using the same monitor profile in FPV as the Win7 standard monitor profile.
Now the MS Photo Viewer (Windows Fotoanzeige) uses the same RAW codec of the FPV codec pack (PEF in my case) as FPV itself of course. How can it be, that the PEF image rendered by FPV has a strong orange cast when compared to MS Photo Viewer?
The emphasis isn't on the 'strong orange cast' but on the difference in the display of the photo (aRGB PEF), because the photo should be rendered exactly the same.
Could someone please repeat ths simple test on his machine? - Thanks.
Remark: One reason for the difference could be that FPV uses WCS-Profiles and the other application(s) use ICC-Profiles. Also applying different Rendering-Intents could be the cause.