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Manually Installing ColorChecker Passport Plug-in for Lightroom

     

by Brenda K. Hipsher – January 6th, 2011

by Brenda K. Hipsher

There are times when the ColorChecker plug-in does not properly install when the software is installed on particular systems.  Even though the instance of occurrence of this issue is very low we wanted to take this opportunity to post the video that is hosted on YouTube.

Stay tuned for more from X-Rite Support in the future here.  Our goal is to bring you the tools and information you need to get the most out of your color management workflow. Watch the video below and bookmark this link Lightroom Application – Plugin Is Not There for future reference.

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14 responses to “Manually Installing ColorChecker Passport Plug-in for Lightroom”

  1. Jean-Luc Roche says:

    It just doesn`t work on Windows 7 for users that have not administrator rigths. The plugin gets installed in the administrator roaming profile; standard user cannot get to it.

    Copying XRiteColorCheckerPassport.lrplugin to “C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3.6” does work.

  2. Britt Stokes says:

    Why can’t you just tell us where the darn plugin needs to be copied to work????? Video is not good.

  3. steve says:

    Trying the manual install for Mac and the “Modules” folder is not there despite having downloaded and unpacked the software. I’ve done a manual install before as your software clearly isn’t working correctly with the recent CC releases- but this is the first time the package wasn’t in the directory path stipulated.

    Do you guys still support this product?

  4. tkchipp says:

    thanks

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