iCorrect® EditLab Pro 5.5 User Guide


  1. Introduction
  2. Installation
  3. Getting Started
    1. Help
    2. Color Editing Tools
    3. SmartColor Mode
    4. Preview Image
    5. Preferences
    6. More Controls
  4. Color Balance Tool
    1. Using Neutrals
    2. Using Sliders
  5. Black Point / White Point Tool
    1. SmartColor Button
    2. Dragging the Handles
    3. Selecting From the Image
  6. Brightness / Contrast / Saturation Tool
  7. Hue Selective Edit Tool
    1. Setting the "Before" Handles
    2. Editing the Active Hue
    3. Using the Built-in Memory Colors
    4. Toning
  8. Sharpening and Noise Removal
  9. Using the Color Edit
    1. Editing the Color of the Image
    2. Editing an ICC Input Profile
    3. Saving the Edit as an ICC Input Profile
    4. Saving the Edit as a ColorCircuit File
  10. Automating Using Photoshop Actions

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Note: This HTML User Guide is cross-platform. That is, if you view it with a browser running on a Windows computer, the User Guide describes the Windows version of EditLab. Conversely, if you view it with a browser on a Macintosh, the Guide describes the Macintosh version. The differences are primarily related to the user interface appearance, but there are a few differences in the text also.

Platform Differences

Note: All images in this User Guide have been prepared for viewing on an sRGB display, which is close to what is typically found on a PC. If your monitor is not set up to this standard, or if you are viewing on an LCD display, the colors in the images may appear to be a little off. Click here to adjust your monitor closer to the sRGB standard.

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