ICC compliance should be listed in a software product's specification sheet or user manual. Some applications have more ICC support than others. Photoshop, for example, is fully compliant, meaning it allows you to apply input profiles (for scanners and digital cameras), output profiles (for printers), and displays images using your monitor profile. Some applications may only allow you to apply input profiles, which means they are not fully ICC compliant. Consult the software manufacturer to determine the level of ICC compliance that a specific product supports.