I have weird issue with ACR and CS6. I process under ProPhoto RGB, 16 bit. When I'm happy with my processing, I then open up in CS6. This is when it get weird, the image that opens up is quite a bit flatter and less contrasty to the version I had in ACR. I've got CS6 as a view a ProPhoto RGB profile. The monitor is an ASUS wide gamut monitor and calibrated with an I1D2 puck using HP's custom software from it's Z-series printer.
I don't experience this problem when I'm using CS6/ACR on my office computer, the only difference is my office machine doesn't have a wide gamut screen.
I've reset my Photoshop preferences and recalibrated my screen. I'm running W7 Home 64 on a Dell Studio 15, i7 laptop.
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i would think the problem is Photoshop is not using the correct profile from ACR and not warning you of the profile problem (but i may be wrong, the settings will help rule that out)...
Those are the settings I'm using, but I expanded to More Options and there was a check box for Compensate for Scene-referred profiles. When I unchecked that, my image went back to what it should have been.
Thanks for the fast reply!