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Modifications in DNG file not visible in pictorgram of Windows explorer of windows photo-app

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After modification of a DNG picture (in camera raw editor of Photoshop Elements) I don't see the modifications in windows explorer or windows foto app. All I see is the original -non modified- version of the picture. When opening the DNG file in the camera raw editor, the modified picture appears. 
The PNG file is created by adobe DNG creator

Any idea how to solve this problem?

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Modifications in DNG file not visible in pictorgram of Windows explorer of windows photo-app

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After modification of a DNG picture (in camera raw editor of Photoshop Elements) I don't see the modifications in windows explorer or windows foto app. All I see is the original -non modified- version of the picture. When opening the DNG file in the camera raw editor, the modified picture appears. 
The PNG file is created by adobe DNG creator

Any idea how to solve this problem?

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Editing a DNG image doesn't change the image data, just appends a set of instructions describing the edits to the file. Those instructions for Adobe products are only readable to another Adobe product. Solution: Export to JPEG, TIFF, etc if you want to see edits in another app.

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You're seeing a tnumbnail that isn't affected as the 'edits' are parametric in the DNG and you have to render (process) into an actual image data file Windows can 'see' like a JPEG or TIFF. The parametric instructions are proprietary (true for all such edits of raws in every raw converter). 

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