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Colorchecker Passport Download

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Eladia Kaarlela

Dec 4, 2023, 12:18:03 PM12/4/23
This new fix applies to anyone who is using ColorChecker Passport, ColorChecker Passport Photo 2, ColorChecker 24-patch targets (all sizes) and ColorChecker Digital SG. It is now available to download here.

ColorChecker Passport 1.1.1 can be downloaded from our software library for free. The latest version of ColorChecker Passport can be installed on PCs running Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10/11, 32-bit. ColorChecker Passport is included in Photo & Graphics Tools.

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Our antivirus analysis shows that this download is clean. The actual developer of the program is X-Rite. The common filename for the program's installer is Passport.exe. The most popular versions of the ColorChecker Passport 1.1 and 1.0. The size of the latest downloadable installer is 82.2 MB.

1. In Photoshop, open the first RAW photo you took that contains the ColorChecker Passport. This image will automatically be opened in Adobe Camera Raw. If you do not have Camera Raw installed (or need to update it), it can be downloaded HERE. Click on Save Image.

May be a problem with your drive. You can download the same software directly from X-Rite's web site. Click on the Mac download link. Don't know why it says ColorChecker Camera Calibration on the download page. What you get and install is ColorChecker Passport. Same as what's on the disk.

To receive these tools, ColorChecker Passport users simply need to register online at By completing the registration process, they will automatically receive an email with the link to download both the software and interactive training video. All currently registered owners will receive email notification about availability with a download link.

The full version of the filter costs 50 per computer, and can bepurchased online. Before you purchase, it is strongly recommended that trythe trial version on your machine to check compatibility.If have you previously purchased MBR Color Corrector, please goto thedownload page to get a free upgrade to MBR ColorCorrector 3.

The Xrite Color Checker Passport software has been. downloaded to the computers in 2.2.2. However, you will need to install the modules into Lightroom by following the trouble shooting instructions below.

All the previous, current and beta full versions of MBR Color Corrector,MBR Color Corrector 2 and MBR Color Corrector 3 are also available online,if you have purchased a licence go to thedownload page and log in.

thanks for any potential advice.
OBS: I verify the exposure before taking the color checker passport picture To avoid it, but I think the light was still strong and the camera measured from the black part of the passport case.

Yes and no; the workflow that I used includes a few applications that require Wine, the Windows compatibility layer. I performed the calibration below in 2014 using Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) and Fedora 20 (Heisenbug); the Wine versions were 1.6 and 1.7. I have updated the download and installation information as of 2017 for Ubuntu MATE 16.04 (Xenial) and Korora 25 MATE (based on Fedora 25), as well as Wine 2.0 and 2.4, RawTherapee 5.0, and PhotoLine 20.

The Wine version in the Fedora repositories is 2.4 (Staging) so I installed it using the Yum Extender. (It may also be downloaded The default Windows version is Windows 7.

The first step is to make sure you download the correct version of the software, Color Checker Camera Calibration ICC v1.2.0 at the time of this article. Once you have the software installed on your computer you will need to take a shot of the ColorChecker Passport in the lighting environment you intend to create a profile for.

yes. I used to use passport software during my time with Lightroom and the ICC profiles would really clutter up the process. I wish Phase1 and Xrite would team up so this process is one-click. Especially since the trouble you go through yields slightly better/worse results.

I have used the colorchecker (xrite not datacolor) and I have achieved much better profiles then the canned ones ( I had to export the tiff from v11). There is of course a specific usage of this but when control of the color rendering is of importance this can be critical, I am mainly working in food and there I have found this a substantial aid in getting better color. this is an area where control is important but I am surprised that you find canned profiles better for display. If done correctly it is a world off difference but it is important to do this to right settings and with color critical equipment.
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