Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe there's a much easier way to rename these profiles, which is to just change the filename outside of Capture One. In my case, for example, I'm happily using the X-Pro2 files for an X-T20 and what I did was the following:
- Rename each file from the original name to your desired name, for example "FujiXT1-1. Provia (X-Pro2).icc" to "FujiXT20-01. Acros Provia.icc"
- With Capture One closed, copy the files to the appropriate system folder (in my case it was "C:\Program Files\Phase One\Capture One 10\Color Profiles\DSLR")
- Open Capture One and the files will appear with the correct profile names. In my case, for example, the "FujiXT20-01. Acros Provia.icc" profile appears as "01. Acros Provia"
In other words, as long as you keep the prefix for your camera, e.g. "FujiXT2-", "FujiXT20-", "FujiXPro1-", you can just rename the file whatever you want to appear in the drop-down menu. One thing to keep an eye out for is that if any of the the filenames include a leading space, Capture One will crash on startup, or at least that happened for me. It's possible that other characters will also induce a crash, so keep an eye out. If it's crashing on startup for you, check your filenames.
Also, note that I've added a leading 0 to the number in the filename so that they sort properly in the drop-down menu if you number the monochrome profiles as well, otherwise the order will be 1. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 2. 3. and so on.
Now, a question for everybody: If I'm using one of the aRGB profiles but I use sRGB in my output recipe, will I be getting the correct results from my RAW files? Fleckintosh mentions in post #25 that "...you can export them with C1 settings to sRGB", which is a bit unclear. Just to confirm, does that mean that as long as I'm exporting to sRGB these profiles are RGB-agnostic with RAW files?