If KcsConnectProfiles() returns successfully, it generates a new profile from the sequence of existing profiles. The reference (profile Id) to this new profile is stored in the resultProfileId argument. With this reference, you can free the resources of the existing profiles in profileSequence if they are no longer required. Use KcsFreeProfile() to release the resources.
If you have minimized a profile's load operation or state with operationLoadSet or with KcsOptimizeProfile() ("KcsOptimizeProfile()"), only that load operation or state is saved with KcsSaveProfile(). Therefore, operations not included in the profile are not available the next time the profile is loaded.
If the last profile in a sequence to be connected includes a gamut transform, the operation hint KcsOpGamutTest (see "Operation Hint Constants") may be requested for that profile. The result of KcsEvaluate() with this gamut hint is a bit map image that contains 1 bit for each pixel in the original image. In the bit map, 0 means the color is in the gamut of the device requested by the final profile, and FF means the color is out of gamut (that is, the color cannot be represented by the device).