I have drum scanned photos that I'd like to profile, but I keep running out of memory with X-Rite's DNG profiling software that came with ColorChecker Passport.
The files are massive. X-Rite's software only takes DNGs, so the original TIFF files have to be converted to DNG with LR. I cropped the photos to only include the target, but that didn't help with memory. LR doesn't actually crop anything when exporting to DNG, but merely puts metadata field telling where the crop is.
So, how do I get around this? Is there a way to force-crop the DNGs, or a method to manually create a profile using the 24-color target?