Started by stacibeth, June 11, 2014, 04:13:11 pm
Quote from: madmanchan on October 04, 2014, 11:33:22 amHi,As many here have realized, since many Canon users are fond of these renderings, Adobe has tried to simulate these via the profiles that are available in the Profile popup menu, with the "Camera" prefix (such as "Camera Standard").Eric
Quote from: xpatUSA on October 04, 2014, 01:08:39 pmWith early Foveon X3F files (FOVb) open in ACR 5.4 / PSE 6 the Camera Profile popup menu only shows 'Embedded' - which I initially thought was because there are no Sigma profiles in the various folders installed with PSE 6. However, after trying several times to add Sigma-specific profiles, via the DNG Converter and the DNG Profile editor, those additional profiles are ignored by ACR and the Camera Profile popup menu still only shows 'Embedded'. Am I right in thinking that ACR is 'blocking' those additional profiles i.e. the act of opening an X3F file sets some sort of 'no see-um' flag - or am I doing something wrong?
Quote from: xpatUSA on October 04, 2014, 01:08:39 pmAm I right in thinking that ACR is 'blocking' those additional profiles i.e. the act of opening an X3F file sets some sort of 'no see-um' flag - or am I doing something wrong?
Quote from: madmanchan on October 07, 2014, 10:27:24 amCan you please post an example of such a profile? I'd like to use it for some internal testing to figure out what's wrong.
Quote from: deejjjaaaa on October 07, 2014, 10:55:12 am<> .. I think I recall that you need to copy .dcp files to the proper directory when ACR already has your raw file opened and then the drop down list will show the profiles, thus the check somewhere in the code is bypassed.
Quote from: xpatUSA on October 07, 2014, 01:15:15 pmThanks DJ, anything is worth a try
Quote from: deejjjaaaa on October 07, 2014, 01:49:39 pmbasically you need to do something with folder content that forces the code to refresh the list of profiles, even may be creating some dummy file in that folder... for example you might have some daemon in the background running creating/deleting a file there every so many seconds... hence the ACR code is always fooled... crude, but shall work
Quote from: xpatUSA on October 07, 2014, 01:11:43 pmThank you, Eric,I have put four files up here: http://kronometric.org/phot/xfer/4EricA .dcprA .dcpA .dngAn X3FSame camera, same subject (flowers).Again, I'm on PSE 6 with ACR 5.4. Sorry, no intention to go further, as we speak. My curiosity is purely academic.
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