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Develop module Force all lens profiles to appear?

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kenwood

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12.0.1
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  1. Windows 11
Running the latest LR classic on windows 11, I am unable to manually apply a lens profile to non-raw files. Specially, on the develop module, the lens profile drop down list only contains a few choices, compare to over 30 options when viewing a raw file. Is there a way to make this drop down list consistent regardless of the file type? I m trying to manually apply a lens profile to a set of jpeg but its not appearing.
 
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Most lens profiles are defined to work only with raws. But you can modify a profile to work with JPEGs. First, find the profile's .dcp file in the folder:

C:\ProgramData\Adobe\CameraRaw\LensProfiles\

Make a copy of it, and in the line:

stCamera:CameraRawProfile="True"

change "True" to "False".

Of course, this will only give good results if the camera hasn't applied its own lens correction to the JPEG. Your mileage may vary, etc.
Most lens profiles are defined to work only with raws. But you can modify a profile to work with JPEGs. First, find the profile's .dcp file in the folder:

C:\ProgramData\Adobe\CameraRaw\LensProfiles\

Make a copy of it, and in the line:

stCamera:CameraRawProfile="True"

change "True" to "False".

Of course, this will only give good results if the camera hasn't applied its own lens correction to the JPEG. Your mileage may vary, etc.
 
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