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Adobe DCP profiles for Infrared - will ON1 read the reduced color temperature?

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Do you still have access to that .dcp file? If so, add it to the Adobe Camera RAW profiles folder and Photo RAW will find it and make it available for photos taken with that same camera model.

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  • johnlc

    Brian - thanks for the response. Unfortunately, I can't find the profile I had for the infrared camera when I was using Lightroom. I haven't used Lightroom for many years since moving to ON1. In fact I don't have it installed on my computer anymore.

    Is there an Adobe Camera RAW profiles folder within ON1?

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    No, Photo RAW does not have its own folder for .dcp files. It reads them from the folder Adobe products put them in.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Adobe Bridge has Adobe Camera RAW in it; it contains the .dcp files and it is free. That is where my system is getting them from.

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  • johnlc

    Brian - sorry for my ignorance on this but which version of Adobe Bridge is compatible with ON1 2024?

    When I looked on the web it appeared that Adobe Bridge is a digital asset management tool of some sort.

    Which version of Adobe Camera RAW should I use? Do you also have Adobe products? It seemed to be that one needed an account in order to incorporate Camera RAW into an existing Adobe product e.g. Lightroom.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    All of them. 😁 They are independent programs. When one program "sends" a file to another it is actually telling the OS to tell that other program to open whatever file is being sent.

    Yes, Bridge is a DAM. Camera RAW will come with it.

    The only Adobe products I use anymore are Bridge and DNG Converter. Bridge I use as a backup for checking things like can a file be opened when PR is complaining about it or for testing stuff like this. It isn't part of my workflow, more of a utility like DNG Converter; I use it when needed.

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  • johnlc

    Brian - thanks for taking the time to make all these responses. I appreciate it. I guess I need to download Bridge and DNG converter and hope that the DNG converter will be able to produce a profile with a heavily reduced color temperature for importing as a dcp file into ON1.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Both programs come with Adobe Camera RAW which is where the profiles are coming from. You don't need to run either program for Photo RAW to find and load its .dcp profiles, it just happens when the program is launched so it is always up to date with what Adobe has installed.

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  • johnlc

    I see, but I'm guessing that the dcp profiles for a camera will be things like landscape, portrait, vivid etc.

    I need to create a profile for my infrared converted camera which I assume will not be in Camera Raw.

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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    I do not know how to create a dcp profile. I would search the web to see if you can't find the one you used to use. Put it into Adobe's Profiles folder and you should be in business.

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  • johnlc

    Brian - thanks very much.

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