Since I updated Creative Cloud this morning, Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC Classic are not displaying my Samsung S7 DNG-files correctly.
No problems before. Now all imported and opened DNG files have the same problem: they display a coloured band on one of the long sides of the files. And no, I don't copy the photos from my S7 to my HD with Lightroom directly. I do that with Windows Explorer. No damage in the copied files. Checked that with RAWTherapee. But all imported files have the same artifacts on one of the long sides.
As we have two Galaxy S7 in the house, I checked on both with the same result. I also checked on an older version of Photoshop CC that still uses Camera Raw CC 10.5 and it is displaying the files correctly. I also checked on my second machine with Creative Cloud updated. And as I was abroad I did not update it there and all files were displayed correctly. Now that I have updated Creative Cloud I get the same problem even in Samsung S7 DNG-files that were fine before.
So, that's why I think it is Camera Raw CC 11 that's causing the problems.
Is anyone else having this problem. I found this Artifacts at Edges of Galaxy S7 RAW DNG Files in Ps, Lr Classic and Lr | Photoshop Family Customer C... on another forum just now...
I am glad I found this. I am having the same issue and was troubleshooting the last 30 mins at first I thought it was in my head. It seems like if I upload a picture through the laptop its fine, but the same file uploaded through my phone (Samsung s9+) has a pink line on the side. Also I've only tried the raw files taken from my phone. The raw files display fine in my gallery and in Snapseed.
Same with Galaxy s8+
I have the same problem: DNG files from S7, S8 and S9 phones are displaying a corruption "banding" on the longest edge (left or bottom depending on the picture rotation). This is very problematic.
I did a lot of trouble shooting using different softwares and switching video cards (NVIDIA vs Onboard INTEL) same issue.
It is related to Adobe DNG engine.
I just found a temporary workaround there (working for bridge and photoshop but not lightroom : Samsung Galaxy S9 Pro Camera's DNGs processed very differently after recent updates... )
After updating to LR Classic 8.1 en Camera Raw 11.1 today, my Galaxy S7 dng-files are rendered without the fringing. As far as I can see now, that goes for the old and new photos. Problem seems to be solved?