March 13, 2007

Adobe CMM released, ready for download

I’m pleased to announce that following a successful public beta period on Adobe Labs, the Adobe Color Management Module (CMM) has been completed & is now available as a free download.  In a nutshell, the CMM turns the color converter part of the Adobe Color Engine (ACE) into a library that can be used by non-Adobe apps. This means you can use a single color management engine across your workflow, enabling more consistent display and output of colors.

Props & thanks to Lars Borg, Peter Constable, Ken Kameda, Manish Kulkarni, Rick Wulff, Daniel Taborga, and everyone else who helped bring the CMM to the community.

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Free Lightroom presets for download

onOne product manager Mike Wong has some good news to share: the company has teamed up with author Jack Davis to offer a set of 85 develop presets for Lightroom, and these are now available as a free download.  (The installer copies the files to the correct location.)  onOne offers info on how to use the presets, though I’m having fun here just messing around with the black & white settings.  Thanks to Jack, Mike, & co. for making these available to the community.

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