Camera Profile Missing

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Jan 30, 2021 Jan 30, 2021

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Hello Everyone.

 

I am using Color Checker Passport to create a Camera profile. Basically, I shoot the Clor Checker Passport and inside camera Raw, I save It as DNG. Later, I drag and drop the DNG File Into Xrite ColorChecker Camera Calibration Software to create a Custom Profile. This is where the profile is saving:

C- User- User Name- AppData- Roaming- Adobe- CameraRaw-Camera Profiles.

Inside Camera Raw, I see the Adobe original Profiles, but I don't see any Custom Profile.

 

Also, If I want to create Custom White Balance, I save It at this address:

C- User- User Name- AppData- Roaming- Adobe- CameraRaw- Settings.

Inside-Color Checker Camera Calibration Software, I can also save as ICC-Tiff, I never do that.

Is it better to drag the DNG File, or Create a Tiff file, and Drag it inside the ICC-Tiff?

Please let me know what is the issue

Thank you very much.

 

 

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Community Expert , Feb 01, 2021 Feb 01, 2021

See: https://www.xrite.com/service-support/where_dng_profiles_are_stored_in_the_computer

After you create the profile, it will only show up for that camera, no other models and only with raws. 

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Feb 01, 2021 Feb 01, 2021

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See: https://www.xrite.com/service-support/where_dng_profiles_are_stored_in_the_computer

After you create the profile, it will only show up for that camera, no other models and only with raws. 
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Feb 07, 2021 Feb 07, 2021

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Dear thedigitaldog.

Please look at this screenshot. Is this the one you talking about.

Thanks.

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Feb 07, 2021 Feb 07, 2021

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UPDATE:

Ok, It looks like you have to choose: Profile- Browse- Profile. I do see it If I open a DNG file. But If I open a Raw File it does not show. How can I apply this to all the Raw Files?

I remember with older versions of Camera Raw, I could have easily apply the Custom Profile to all my Raw Images

Thanks.

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Dear thedigitaldog.

 

Ok, I found out what was the Issue. Technically, for example, If you are shooting with Canon 90D, and creating a  Profile, you will not see those Custom Profiles If you have shots from Canon 5D Mark4, or Canon 80D, or any other camera's. In other words, you can see the Custom Profile, If you shoot with the same camera. I did some testing, and I noticed when shooting with Canon 5D Mark4, I only see the profile that I created for that camera, Therefore, If I open any Raw Clips from my Canon 90D, I can not see the Profiles for Canon 5D Mark4.

Also, I noticed with many shots the original Adobe Profile looked better, I noticed some Saturation Issue with few shots when using the X-Rite Profile.

Thanks.

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