OpenCL mishandles jpg files with embedded ICC profile
When using OpenCL to help generate video in Premiere Pro and Encoder, jpg images with embedded ICC profiles display distorted, both in preview and in the final render. Generating the same jpg without the ICC profile with Photoshop ensures it's rendered correctly.
System: AMD Ryzen 3700X, RX 5700 XT (latest drivers as of 26.11.19)
OS: Windows 10 Pro, 10.0.18.362
Adobe software: Media Encoder 14.0, Premiere Pro 14.0
Ben Schranz commented
I have finally figured out a solution to this. I am running 14.4.
Select all of your images in your project panel, right click, select Modify>Interpret footage.
At the bottom of the window there is a category called "Color Management"
Select Color Space Override, change it to sRGB
Kyle Norton commented
This is still an issue
Jeffrey Mayeda commented
Jpgs and PNGs suffer from artifacting when using GPU Acceleration. Reinstalling Premiere Pro version 13.1.5 has no issues with artifacts on the Radeon 5700xt paired with AMD's 3900x. Exporting videos in PP version 14 will keep artifacts in Jpgs whether Media Encoder is set to GPU accelerated or CPU rendering. The only fix for version 14 I have found is to edit with Hardware encoding for better performance and change the Project Settings to CPU rendering before exporting. CPU rendering in Premiere + Hardware Encoding in Media Encoder works fine.
Alan Kirata Rios commented
This is still an issue I am having. Going to look for alternative platforms for video, photo editing.
Carlo Oppermann commented
Very very disappointing. Please fix it!! I already have a davinci resolve license. You will loose many many editors if you dont fix all those premiere bugs.
Raul Rodriguez commented
I'm having the same issue with OpenCL and jpg images. It displays artifacts on the image during playback and export. When playback is paused sometimes the image displays correctly. I'm currently working on a project that involves over 400 jpg images and they all have the display error. Work has slowed down significantly having to switch over to Software renderer to prevent artifacts from being present. Just to confirm another person's claim on a different forum, I installed Adobe Premiere Pro 2019 (13.1.5) and OpenCL seems to work Flawlessly with the same jpg images I'm using on the 2020 (14.1) version. Please have this issue corrected, as it may be affecting other aspects of Premiere. Software is a slow alternative and with this error Adobe has essential made the claim it does not support OpenCL and OpenCL based Hardware.
Lawrence Collett commented
Still an issue. Please fix.