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Apr 02, 2011 06:25 |  #1

I have my working color space in CS5 set to Adobe RGB. My camera (40D) is set to Adobe RGB. When I open a raw file I get an embedded profile mismatch. It is telling me that it is sRGB and it ask me if I want to convert the profile to the working profile.

When I view the properties of the same file in DPP 3.3 or Zoombrowser the file has a color space of Adobe RGB.

If I set my camera to sRGB I still get the embedded profile mismatch. If I switch CS5 to work in sRGB I don't get the mismatch with either of the RAW files. The one that is Adobe RGB or sRGB.

I use the North American prepress 2 color settings.

Any Ideas?


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Apr 02, 2011 07:03 |  #2

rw2 wrote in post #12143053 (external link)
I have my working color space in CS5 set to Adobe RGB. My camera (40D) is set to Adobe RGB. When I open a raw file I get an embedded profile mismatch. It is telling me that it is sRGB and it ask me if I want to convert the profile to the working profile.

A Raw file does not have a color space. When you set a color space in camera it only affects JPEGs produced in-camera and the preview embedded in the Raw file; it has absolutely no influence on the Raw data.

If you're getting a Profile Mismatch error when using CS5, check the Workflow Options settings in Adobe Camera Raw (its the blue hyperlink in the lower center of the ACR window). I'm willing to bet its set to something other than Adobe RGB.

When I view the properties of the same file in DPP 3.3 or Zoombrowser the file has a color space of Adobe RGB.

If I set my camera to sRGB I still get the embedded profile mismatch. If I switch CS5 to work in sRGB I don't get the mismatch with either of the RAW files. The one that is Adobe RGB or sRGB.

I use the North American prepress 2 color settings.

Any Ideas?


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Apr 02, 2011 08:24 |  #3

PixelMagic wrote in post #12143131 (external link)
A Raw file does not have a color space. When you set a color space in camera it only affects JPEGs produced in-camera and the preview embedded in the Raw file; it has absolutely no influence on the Raw data.

If you're getting a Profile Mismatch error when using CS5, check the Workflow Options settings in Adobe Camera Raw (its the blue hyperlink in the lower center of the ACR window). I'm willing to bet its set to something other than Adobe RGB.

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