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How to see settings used in lens profile (.lcp file).

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Jun 06, 2023 Jun 06, 2023

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I want to see what settings are used in lens profile for my particular lens. I found .lcp file on my computer that is lens profile correction file from Adobe Lens Profile Creator, however i cannot load it in the software to see the actual settings used.

 

Is there any way to see what degree of adjustments are used in the lens profile?

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Jun 07, 2023 Jun 07, 2023

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You can open the .lcp files in a text editor like Wordpad or Notepad and read the contents.

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Jun 07, 2023 Jun 07, 2023

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Perfect thanks.

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Jun 07, 2023 Jun 07, 2023

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However this brings me to question number two, how do i interpret this settings in Photoshop by using sliders, manually, they are not very straight forward.


stCamera:FocalLengthX="0.526213"
stCamera:FocalLengthY="0.526213"
stCamera:ImageXCenter="0.496876"
stCamera:ImageYCenter="0.501038"
stCamera:ResidualMeanError="0.00016"
stCamera:ResidualStandardDeviation="0.000134"
stCamera:RadialDistortParam1="-0.03706"
stCamera:RadialDistortParam2="0.004467"
stCamera:RadialDistortParam3="0.001437"/>

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Jun 21, 2023 Jun 21, 2023

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Any way to replicate this settings manually in Photoshop?

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