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Subject: Re: RAW editing software with lens profiles
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From: android <here@there.was>
Subject: Re: RAW editing software with lens profiles
Date: Mon, 23 Oct 2017 05:08:52 +0200
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 Alfred Molon<> wrote:

> I gave a try to the ON1 and ACDSee RAW converters, but they don't have 
> the lens profile of the Olympus 12-100 lens (and in fact their lens 
> profile database is totally outdated, despite being the 2018 versions). 
> It also seems that these two RAW editing programs cannot read the lens 
> profiles embedded in RAW images (I used the Olympus E-M1 II).
> Besides Photoshop ACR which other RAW converters can read the lens 
> profiles which are embedded in the RAW files?

You can always use PT-Lens, either as standalone or PS plugin if your 
soft accommodates the latter. ON1 does. If your lense ain't in the 
database then I believe that you can get it added on request. You might 
have to send a few files...

PTLens are free to download and try:


How to get the dev to calibrate your lense:


It's a mere USD 25 to buy.

How to install PS plugins in ON1:


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