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I have the same problem and this isn't the solution. The link you provide goes straight to the X-Rite sales page.
Absolute Rotter 001, have you found a way to settle your X-Rite issue with Lightroom. I've looked everywhere and I can't find a way to make colorchecker appearing in Lightroom export preset? Thank you for your help
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The Color Checker Passport is a color calibration target (include it in an image) you can use for white balance and to create camera calibration profiles. It is not a plug-in as such. When you use the associated software, you can create camera profiles that will show up in the calibration panel in the LR develop module. Have you tried that?
Here is the link to the Color Checker Passport product info: ColorChecker® Passport Photo; X-Rite No mention is made of being a LR plugin.
Color checker has a plugin for lightroom (in a brochure is mentioned for example)
The ColorChececker Passport plugin for LR and the X-Rite standalone application are both included in one installer.
If the LR plugin fails to launch after installation try closing and relaunching LR. If that doesn't work see the instructions at the below link:
I use Lightroom CC classic. After an instalation of the software (color checker photo 1.1.2)
no option "export by color checker" is visible (no plug-in installed)
Operating system: Mac OS X 10.11.6
Is color checker compatible with lightroom CC Classic?
Please read the instruction for that plugin. Basically it is for creating a DNG Color corrected profile that you can then apply to images through the Camera Calibration section in the Develop module.
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I solved my problem:
The solution from X-Rite support:
Please follow the instructions below.
To set up the plugin manually try the following.
1. Open Lightroom and click File > Plug-in Manager
2. This will show you all the plug-ins on your system.
3. If the ColorChecker Passport is listed select it and make sure it is enabled. If the plug-in is disabled enable
it and restart Lightroom. This then should work OK.
4. If the plugin is not listed you will have to install it manually.
5. Click File > Plugin Manager and click the ‘Add’ button.
In the pop up window browse to:
Macintosh HD > Library > Application Support > Adobe > Lightroom > Modules
If the ‘Modules’ folder is missing please use the instructions in the ‘Modules Folder Not Available on a Macintosh computer section below to add the folder manually*.
6. In the Modules folder you should see the “XRiteColorCheckerPassport.lrplugin” plugin click on it and then click “Add Plug-in”
7. Restart Lightroom and it should now run correctly.
Thank you all who helped me )
This IS the CORRECT Answer. Thanks!