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dcpTool version 1.4 is out

Version 1.4.0 is out - full support for "V4" DNG camera profiles, as in the latest versions of Lightroom and ACR and the DNG SDK V1.4

Posted by Sandy McGuffog 2012-12-02

Adobe V4 profiles

Sorry to report that the current version of dcpTool (version 1.2) is broken for the new Adobe "V4" profiles. Adobe have included some new fields that are as yet undocumented. Once these are documented, dcpTool will be updated.

Posted by Sandy McGuffog 2011-12-14

Version 1.2 of dcpTool released!

dcpTool version 1.2 is now available for download. Version 1.2 improves the generation of "untwisted" camera profiles by using a new profile interpolation algorithm. dcpTool can perform a variety of useful transforms on DNG camera profiles, including "untwisting" them and translating to and from XML. DNG camera profiles are a open format for defining the color rendition of digital cameras, and are used by many Adobe products.

Posted by Sandy McGuffog 2010-12-27

Version 1.1.1 of dcpTool released!

dcpTool version 1.1.1 is now available for download. Version 1.1.1 updates dcpTool to version 1.3 of the Adobe DNG specification. dcpTool can perform a variety of useful transforms on DNG camera profiles, including "untwisting" them and translating to and from XML. DNG camera profiles are a open format for defining the color rendition of digital cameras, and are used by many Adobe products.

Posted by Sandy McGuffog 2009-08-17

Version 1.1 of dcpTool released!

dcpTool version 1.1 is now available for download. Version 1.1 adds the ability to transform DNG camera profiles a variety of useful ways, e.g., "untwisting" them. DNG camera profiles are a open format for defining the color rendition of digital cameras, and are used by many Adobe products.

Posted by Sandy McGuffog 2009-02-13

Version 1.0 of dcpTool released!

Version 1.0 of dcpTool has been released for Windows and OS X. dcpTool is a compiler/decompiler for DNG camera profiles (DCP files), as used by Photoshop, Camera Raw and Lightroom. dcpTool can decompile binary format DCP files into an XML format for editing, and then compile the XML format file back into a binary DCP file, as well as extract embedded profiles for image files.

Posted by Sandy McGuffog 2009-02-08

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