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    Lukasz Palka commented  · 

    Also, please see the .icm file attached.

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    Lukasz Palka commented  · 

    Sorry, but the system is not allowing me to attach the .icm file.

    You can get it from Dell's website: https://www.dell.com/support/home/en-us/product-support/product/dell-up3216q-monitor/drivers

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    Lukasz Palka commented  · 

    Please see the attachments. The photos is one that I took and processed with ACR/Bridge. The thing is, this problem occurs with any random JPG I get from the internet. It also happens when I change to a different color profile in the Windows Color Management settings.

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    Lukasz Palka commented  · 

    1. Currently, I'm using Premiere 22.1.2, but this has been a problem for a few versions/years now.
    2. I have the same problem on two systems:

    Old System: Windows 10, Nvidia GTX 1070
    New System: Windows 11, Nvidia RTX 3060ti

    For the drivers, again it was over many many versions of drivers from Nvidia over the span of some years. I'm finally reporting it now because I recently built a new system and the problem persists, so it was not the hardware.

    The one commonality is that between systems is that I am using a particular ICC profile for my monitor, specifically: DELL UP3216Q Color Profile, D6500.

    Not sure if that might have something to do with it but when I change profiles they thumbnails still don't show up. Also, the photos DO show up in the video monitor. Also, it only affects JPGs and not PNGs, which is odd.

    Screenshot attached.

    cheers,
    Lukasz

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