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Explorer ,
Apr 28, 2020

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I have the latest version of ACR (12.2.1.417) in PS CC 2020. In ACR I don't see the Adobe Profiles (i.e. Standard, Ladscvpae, Vivid, Neutral etc). All I see in the "Profile" is "Color" and "Monochrome". I went to Preferences Dialogue Box and set the Raw Defaults/Master to "Adobe" default. I even dropped down to choose presets dialogue box andfdon't see the Adobe presets.

I tunrd PS and on again and still don't see the Adobe profile in ACR.

What do you think is the problem?

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Adobe Profile missing in ACR

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I have the latest version of ACR (12.2.1.417) in PS CC 2020. In ACR I don't see the Adobe Profiles (i.e. Standard, Ladscvpae, Vivid, Neutral etc). All I see in the "Profile" is "Color" and "Monochrome". I went to Preferences Dialogue Box and set the Raw Defaults/Master to "Adobe" default. I even dropped down to choose presets dialogue box andfdon't see the Adobe presets.

I tunrd PS and on again and still don't see the Adobe profile in ACR.

What do you think is the problem?

Thanks

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 28, 2020

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Moved to the Camera Raw forum, from the Photoshop forum.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Apr 29, 2020

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That would seem to indicate that the image file is probably not a raw file but rather a JPEG or TIF or PSD file. Could that be possible?

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Apr 29, 2020

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Hi Jim,
It's same for NEF files. Adobe profiles don't show, only "Color" profile.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 28, 2020

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"It's same for NEF files. Adobe profiles don't show, only "Color" profile."

Can you provide a screen capture of what you're seeing? 

If you are seeing this, it's not a raw, it's a JPEG or TIFF etc, with an embedded ICC profile:

color.jpg

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Aug 28, 2020

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Previously it didn't matter RAW or jpg. I see them with a RAW file, but Adobe insists that "COLOR" is default and it doesn't appear that I can switch it to neutral as my default.

 

I find these profiles annoying. I shoot RAW because I want control of my images/workflow. I don't want to hand them off to someone at Adobe.

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That certainly does not sound right. What camera model?

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