I’m just trying to view some DNG files in lighttable, but the colours are way off and I’m getting the error “Xiaomi Mi A2 color matrix not found!”.
The original photos were jpegs from a smartphone, then a panorama created and saved in DNG format. The smartphone jpegs are displaying just fine, but the panos in DNG format are not.
I can get ok results if I go into darkroom and turn off the default modules applied, e.g. white balance, base curve, highlight reconstruction, etc., then changing the input color profile to linear prophoto RGB. But I don’t actually want to edit the photos, I just want to view them in lighttable.
As the smartphone jpegs are showing up fine, can I tell darktable to use the same color matrix as the jpegs?
And is darktable thinking the DNG is a raw file, which is why it’s applying the default modules? And if so, is there a way to tell it that it’s not actually a raw file?
IMG_20190113_143422-Pano.dng (58.1 MB)