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  1. Hello, there is a bug in the AD with handling of EXIF-Data and the Color profile on export. Open a pdf-document with pictures on it. The picture has sRGB-Profile and some EXIF-Data. It is generated in ID, as an example, see attachement. The bug is also in other pdf-documents. So, when opened you can File>export the picture with "include document profile" marked. The picture will be exported has the profile inside, that is OK, but all the EXIF-Data has gone. If you do the same in the export persona, check "include document profile" that it is marked, the picture will be exported without profile and also without EXIF-Data. The only way the profile get to work in the export persona is to know the right color profile and check "include color profile" AND manually choose the right profile from the dropdown menu. The same thing happens in AP too. Feel free to ckeck my attached files, the pdf and the exported png-files. Regards Torsten Unbenannt-1.pdf
  2. Images with orientation data are displayed as the raw pixel format without the rotation from EXIF data being applied correctly. Expected result: Actual Result: Steps to reproduce: Import any image with the "orientation" set in the EXIF metadata. Phones such as the iPhone 5 create photos with the option enabled to avoid re-encoding the image during rotation. This is able to be confirmed by using `exiftool` on an image and looking for the orientation line within it. The option is used when a photo is taken in portrait rather than landscape. $ exiftool maid.JPG | grep "Orientation" Orientation : Rotate 90 CW
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