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I'm trying to find the right place to post this.  I went to Adobe Labs, but ended up back here.

I suspect that the 2012 version of Adobe DNG Profile Editor no longer works on a Mac running High Sierra.

I've downloaded it to two different computers, opened up a DNG image file, and while some things work, selecting the Color Matrices tab, then trying to edit saturation does not work.  I get an error message.

Any advice as to who to contact, or how I might get it working?

The goal, is to remove the red tint from an image captured for infrared.

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They changed the way we are supposed to make profiles now. Go to Digital Negative (DNG), Adobe DNG Converter | Adobe Photoshop CC and download the profiles SDK. It will contain instructions on how to generate profiles that shift white balance, change saturation, etc. Basically it will generate a creative profile in xmp format that you can call up in Lightroom Classic, Camera Raw and Lightroom CC.

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Adobe DNG Profile Editor

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I'm trying to find the right place to post this.  I went to Adobe Labs, but ended up back here.

I suspect that the 2012 version of Adobe DNG Profile Editor no longer works on a Mac running High Sierra.

I've downloaded it to two different computers, opened up a DNG image file, and while some things work, selecting the Color Matrices tab, then trying to edit saturation does not work.  I get an error message.

Any advice as to who to contact, or how I might get it working?

The goal, is to remove the red tint from an image captured for infrared.

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Correct answer by Jao vdL | Adobe Community Professional

They changed the way we are supposed to make profiles now. Go to Digital Negative (DNG), Adobe DNG Converter | Adobe Photoshop CC and download the profiles SDK. It will contain instructions on how to generate profiles that shift white balance, change saturation, etc. Basically it will generate a creative profile in xmp format that you can call up in Lightroom Classic, Camera Raw and Lightroom CC.

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They changed the way we are supposed to make profiles now. Go to Digital Negative (DNG), Adobe DNG Converter | Adobe Photoshop CC and download the profiles SDK. It will contain instructions on how to generate profiles that shift white balance, change saturation, etc. Basically it will generate a creative profile in xmp format that you can call up in Lightroom Classic, Camera Raw and Lightroom CC.

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I have downloaded the SDK, and opened up the Enhanced Profiles.pdf

That seems to be the instructions.

I assume the old 2012 utility no longer works, and I will delete it.

It's too late for me to learn all this tonight - will start again tomorrow.

I assume I will be creating a new profile to remove most of the red from the image.

I have also downloaded the "redblueswap" utility, which allows me to do everything in Lightroom, no need for Photoshop to swap channels.

(Are there any YouTube videos on the new tools?)

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Last time I used the utility it still worked but I haven’t made any

colorchecker based profiles with it.

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I tried but I don't understand it

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