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DNG Profile Editor Question??

Jul 31, 2011 7:04 AM

  Latest reply: Noel Carboni, Aug 24, 2011 2:39 PM
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    Aug 24, 2011 9:16 AM   in reply to Lou Dina

    Lou,

     

    Here's a sample of what one gets from dng_validate.exe:

     

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    Validating "dual.dcp"...

    Uses little-endian byte order

    Magic number = 17234

    IFD 0: Offset = 8, Entries = 14

    UniqueCameraModel: "Nikon D7000"

    ColorMatrix1:

    0.8642  -0.3058  -0.0243

    -0.3999   1.1033   0.3422

    -0.0453   0.1099   0.7814

    ColorMatrix2:

    0.8198  -0.2239  -0.0724

    -0.4871   1.2389   0.2798

    -0.1043   0.2050   0.7181

    CalibrationIlluminant1: Standard light A

    CalibrationIlluminant2: D65

    ProfileCalibrationSignature: "com.adobe"

    ProfileName: "Nikon D7000 DNGPE 18-105VR Dual"

    ProfileHueSatMapDims: Hues = 90, Sats = 25, Vals = 1

    ProfileHueSatMapData1:

    h [ 0] s [ 0]:  h=  0.0000 s=1.0000 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 1]:  h=  0.0476 s=1.0005 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 2]:  h=  0.2246 s=1.0024 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 3]:  h=  0.5497 s=1.0059 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 4]:  h=  0.9990 s=1.0106 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 5]:  h=  1.5329 s=1.0163 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 6]:  h=  2.1176 s=1.0227 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 7]:  h=  2.7238 s=1.0295 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 8]:  h=  3.3071 s=1.0362 v=1.0000

    .................................................

    ProfileHueSatMapData2:

    h [ 0] s [ 0]:  h=  0.0000 s=1.0000 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 1]:  h= -0.0084 s=0.9985 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 2]:  h= -0.0255 s=0.9941 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 3]:  h= -0.0356 s=0.9876 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 4]:  h= -0.0273 s=0.9806 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 5]:  h=  0.0019 s=0.9742 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 6]:  h=  0.0470 s=0.9688 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 7]:  h=  0.0986 s=0.9645 v=1.0000

    h [ 0] s [ 8]:  h=  0.1445 s=0.9613 v=1.0000

    .................................................

    ProfileToneCurve: 192 entries

    Coord [0] = 0.000000

    Coord [1] = 0.000000

    Coord [2] = 0.010526

    Coord [3] = 0.007027

    Coord [4] = 0.021053

    Coord [5] = 0.019848

    Coord [6] = 0.031579

    Coord [7] = 0.040730

    Coord [8] = 0.042100

    .................................................

    ProfileEmbedPolicy: Allow copying

    ForwardMatrix1:

    0.7132   0.1579   0.0931

    0.2379   0.8888  -0.1267

    0.0316  -0.3024   1.0959

    ForwardMatrix2:

    0.6876   0.3081  -0.0314

    0.2676   1.0343  -0.3019

    0.0151  -0.1801   0.9901

    NextIFD = 0

     

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    I truncated some of the tags to shorten the post, but you can get a good idea of the info available.

     

    Richard Southworth

     
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    Aug 24, 2011 1:07 PM   in reply to RASouthworth-trcuRP

    Oops, looks like this Jive forum software has given you an alter identity, Richard (RASouthworth-8upiZj).  It's a known bug that they hope to fix in the next version.

     

    The best way to fix it is to make a new thread over in the Forum Comments subforum and ask an Admin to fix it:

     

    http://forums.adobe.com/community/general/forum_comments

     

    -Noel

     
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    Aug 24, 2011 2:10 PM   in reply to Noel Carboni

    Ok, try again.

     

    Richard Southworth

     

    Added by edit - seems to be "cured" for the moment.

     
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  • Noel Carboni
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    Aug 24, 2011 2:39 PM   in reply to RASouthworth

    At one point there was some evidence that something unexpected goes wrong during auto-login (via saved cookie info), and that logging out and logging back in again might cure a person of using their "ghost" identity.  Perhaps between sessions you closed your browser window.  In any case, glad you're back. 

     

    -Noel

     
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