Adobe Lens Profile Creator - revert the data hierarchies

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I have been using the lens profile creator. My idea is that the automatically created hierarchy of data should be vice versa. This will improve handling and understanding.

My suggestion is: under the project node, have the focus distance node of the images imported into ALPC in one flush. Underneath you should position the aperture node, and not necessarily possible, a lowest 3rd hierarchy level, the apertures.

When you import another set of images with another focus distance, it would appear right away underneath the project level. You can rename it to, i.e. "3 meters". You need to rename the entry ONLY ONCE, that's it. For the moment you have to go way through down to the lowest levels and rename it i.e. 72 times, if you want to set-up a complete profile for a wide angle zoom lens. The levels focal length and aperture are named and generated, automatically, No need to position them on top.

To position the focus distance onto the level right below the project level is what you expect to see after the import procedure.

Thanks
Gerald
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Gerald Hemetsberger

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Gerald Hemetsberger

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I made a typing mistake, sorry.
My suggestion is as follows:

ALPC project level (top level)
focus distance (2nd level)
focal length (3rd level)
aperture (4th level - this could be on 3rd level together with focal length)