in section "5" change the white point to D75 or 9300 and click "ok" - iPod is 8500K rather than 7500 or 9300K so the effect will not be perfect, but so or so it will be perceptually closer to what you see on the screen.
But if I am using your profile, doesn't your profile compensate for the white point?
Incidentally, I am using the color-managed ACDSee Pro 2.5 to view my images. I have enabled color management, and my monitor is already running off of a profile. So:
IF my monitor is already calibrated, then should my image viewer (ACDSee) have "default images to sRGB" checked under the Input color space (no color management)?
If not; then when I ENABLE color management, should my monitor's profile be selected as the Default Input Profile (so then the profile would be used TWICE??), or should sRGB? sRGB is the color space that I work in.
Also, should I wish to preview, say; what my images will look when transfered onto my iPod, then I would use the Chromix profile and place it under "Emulated Device Profile" in the Output section, correct?
lots to learn
Thanks a ton,