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embedded ICC profile cannot be used on NEW Camera Raw update today.

New Here ,
Jun 04, 2024 Jun 04, 2024

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This morning, I was fat, dumb and happy opening .NEF (Nikon RAW files) on a M3 Mac and all was fine. 

 

1) I would double click .NEF files in the Finder and they would open in Camera Raw.

2) I would make some adjustments in Camera Raw (exposure, color, geometry) and then open in Photoshop Beta.

3) All was good. Same workflow I have used for years.

 

THEN! Creative Cloud updated Camera Raw and Photoshop in the background and all is BROKEN:

 

1) I would double click .NEF files in the Finder and they would open in Camera Raw. (so far, OK)

2) I would make some adjustments in Camera Raw (exposure, color, geometry) and then open in Photoshop Beta. BROKEN! It now says "The embedded ICC profile cannot be used because the ICC profile is invalid.Ignoring the profile" when opening in Photoshop. The image now is only monochrome. 

 

Further -- If I open an existing .PSD file and try and use the Camera Raw Filter, same issue. The image is destroyed and turned into monochrome shadow.

 

Versions:

Photoshop Beta 25.10

Camera Raw 16.3.1

MacOS Sanoma 14.5

 

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Jun 04, 2024 Jun 04, 2024

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The beta is not for production use. What happens with the release version?

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The release version does the same thing since I think it is related to a botched upgrade of Camera Raw. I fixed it by deleted the entire Adobe photoshop suite (Beta and release which then deletes Camera Raw which is shared) and reinstalling from scratch. Painful...

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