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Update to 25.2.0 The embedded ICC profile cannot be used because the ICC profile is invalid

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Dec 03, 2023 Dec 03, 2023

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After updating to the latest version of Photoshop, I can no longer use my scanner profiles  OS X Sonoma 14.1.2

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Dec 04, 2023 Dec 04, 2023

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Same problem over here with files exported from Capture One Pro with the camera input profile embedded - same error. This is true for both Beta and non-beta Photoshop.

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Dec 04, 2023 Dec 04, 2023

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Why would you use a camera input profile from Capture One? No surprise that this is rejected in Photoshop.

 

You need to output to a standard color space - sRGB, Adobe RGB, ProPhoto, Image P3.

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Dec 06, 2023 Dec 06, 2023

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No, you do not - and there are workflows or specialized work where one would like/needs to keep everything in camera input space - photographic reproduction, or keeping color space conversions to an absolute minimum for example. This isn't particularly exotic, you can find this in pretty much every textbook about color management.

 

Furthermore: this was supported without any problems by Photoshop until now. It's a crucial feature for a color managed application, not an optional one.

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Dec 12, 2023 Dec 12, 2023

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@davidtavcar @mariussteffen.de I've posted a bug report about the input profile issue, please contribute to that thread and let's get it noticed:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/photoshop-ecosystem-bugs/photoshop-cannot-use-input-icc-profiles-scan...

reinstalling PS v25.1 regains the ability to use Input profiles. 

 

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Dec 12, 2023 Dec 12, 2023

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@D Fosse whilst I agree that converting to a working colourspace within the capture SW can be very useful it's not for everyone. Some like to assess whether using, say, Adobe RGB will clip the data and choose a larger workingspace. Joseph Holmes has made a whole set of rather sophisticated working colour spaces which require an unconverted input file to assess which is needed.  

Say one was making a camera input profile, that would also require an unconverted file, as it may need a little spotting opening in Photoshop unconverted is vital. 

@mariussteffen.de You'll see above that I agree with you in the main, however, it should be noted that the experience of many dictates that colour and tonal correction of images whilst in a potentially non-linear input colourspace can give some rather unwanted and unpredicted results. Hence the "standard" workflow of only making colour and tonal corrections on images when in a working colour space.

 

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Dec 13, 2023 Dec 13, 2023

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@NB, colourmanagement net No disagreement with you there, you're absolutely right - however, there are scenarios where this is the way to go, or doing a conversion would cause problems with third-party software. It's definitely not the way I prefer to work, and most of the time I don't - but it's absolutely important to be able to work with images in input color spaces.

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