I also established my image assets are quite heterogenous in terms of color profile: 54% sRGB, 26% none (which hopefully all are sRGB indeed), 20% various other profiles. Could do this with the help of HoudahSpot's excellently capable and flexible column view.
See screenshots below.
Now in a GraphicConverter batch conversion: I want to normalize each image into sRGB with perceptual color conversion, and then save each into a WebP with no color profile, and web browsers will hence assume them to be sRGB.
The uncertainty I face: In GraphicConverter's Batch Editor the action "Change Color Profile" has a single choice "sRGB.icc" which is preselected + a "Choose…" option which let's you choose an arbitrary ICC file. Now before doing the batch conversion and use the normalized images on my website I wanted to be sure that this is really sRGB without a doubt.
My system provides these color profile locations and possibly relevant ICC color profiles:
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/System/Library/ColorSync/Profiles/ sRGB Profile.icc /Library/ColorSync/Profiles/ <None with sRGB in its name> /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Color/Profiles <None with sRGB in its name> /Library/Application Support/Adobe/Color/Profiles/Recommended sRGB Color Space Profile.icm ~/Library/Application Support/GraphicConverter/Profiles sRGB built-in.icc sRGB IEC61966-2.1.icc sRGB.icc
see screenshot below
• Why does GraphicConverter provide its own sRGB.icc which differs from /System/Library/ColorSync/Profiles/sRGB Profile.icc ?
• Why does GraphicConverter have an exact copy of "sRGB.icc" as "sRGB built-in.icc" in its profile folder?
• Which profile should I use to achieve my goal outlined above?