What does “prset file” mean? The file you send to the CCPP is supposed to be a raw photo (perhaps a DNG) of the color checker target that is reasonably exposed well—so that the white square is not clipped and neither is the black square.
It’s possible that if the raw file is from a very new camera, that the CCPP doesn’t know how to handle it, yet.
Thank you for the reply.
I tried to export the DNG file with preset function to CCP. FYI... my camera is Sony A7R.
I don't mind but I don't think it is the raw file problem becuse I did try with my other cameras such has Leica, Olympus...and it came out with the same problem.
Here is the information of the prompt up flash:
From C:\Users\UserName\AppData\Roaming\Adobe\Lightroom\Modules\XRiteColorCheckerPassport.lrplu gin with the information below:-
OMP: Warning #2Cannot open message catalog "2052\libiomp5ui.dll
OMP: System error #126: cannot find the modules。
OMP: Info #3: Default messages are used
OMP: Error #15: Initializing libiomp5md.dll. but found libguide40.lib already initialized.
OMP: Hint: This may cause performance degradation and correctness issues. Set environment variable KMP_DUPLICATE_LIB_OK=TRUE to ignore this problem and force the program to continue anyway. Please note that the use of KMP_DUPLICATE_LIB_OK is unsupported and using it may cause undefined behavior.
Hope this will help. Thank you again.
You are apparently using the X-Rite Color Checker Passport plug-in for Lightroom that facilitates the creation of a camera profile by selecting a raw image and using the CCPP Export plug-in. I use that same process, so nothing wrong, there.
Googling for "libiomp5ui.dll", I am finding it in messages regarding the Topaz Photoshop plug-in not working so it seems to be something outside of Lightroom, more related to the plug-in, itself, so I'd suggest contacting X-Rite. You might first re-install the X-Rite CCPP plug-in in case something didn't work initially.
Thanks and the problem has beed resolved.
Have the exact same problem... how was this resolved?
Ok, so this worked for me (Win 7):
Open control panel and select "System " and then click on "Advanced System Settings"
• Click on the "Advanced" tab
• Click on the "Environment Variables" button at the bottom of the window
• Under System Variables click the New button
• For Variable Name type KMP_DUPLICATE_LIB_OK
• For Variable Value type TRUE
• Click OK and close all the windows
After that I got a bit further, but got
Error: No DLLS were Found in the Waterfall Procedure
This solved it and everything works like a charm:
And I confirm that Allan_RF's solution WORKS!
It sounded a bit scary at first, but I went through all the steps, including watching the YouTube movie, and now for the first time in my life (seriously!) I can use the ColorChecker DNG Plugin :-))) !
Thank you very much for this solution, Allan_RF!
Brilliant. I got the same problem and that is now solved with this procedure.