Adobe DNG Camera Profile
3.2 | 12 Votes
What is a DCP file?
A DCP file is a digital negative (DNG) camera profile used by Adobe image-editing products, such as Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom. It contains the initial color rendering settings when importing a RAW digital photo. DCP files describe the interpretation of color information for digital raw image data. They are typically stored in the Adobe Standard directory.
Adobe publishes several DNG camera profiles on its website. These profiles can be used for importing raw images from different types of digital cameras. Custom profiles can be created using Adobe's DNG Converter, a free application available from Adobe.
NOTE: Many RAW digital picture formats can be converted to the .DNG format, which is a publicly-available archiving standard developed by Adobe Systems.
Programs that open DCP files
Delphi Compiled Package
3.7 | 6 Votes
Binary file that consists of the actual compiled package; contains symbol information and additional header information; required by the Delphi IDE to build a project.