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EDIT 2: See updated topic here I saved out two versions of the same 3D render. One JPG and one PNG. The scene shows 2 wine bottles on a gray surface. I create a new document in AP, in CMYK color space. When I place the files into AP, the JPG looks correct but the PNG looks wildly off. Very low contrast and some odd color shifts. If I switch the document to RGB color space, both the JPG and the PNG look the same. Linked PNGs seem to be rendering incorrectly in CMYK space, unless there is some hidden setting that is causing the issue. Curiously, the preview thumbnail for the page has the opposite problem. It represents the PNG correctly, but gives the JPG a very blue cast. Again the problem is solved when switching the document to RBG space. I've attached both images. EDIT: After I uploaded both images into the browser, I saw that the version I exported as a JPG (file name PNG_bug.jpg) appears bluish green just like the Thumbnail. Yet on my computer the exported JPG looks neutral gray. So I took a screengrab of what I see in AP, which shows the pretty neutral gray on both the JPG and PNG. Neutral gray is what the scene is supposed to look like. This may shed light on the matter to someone familiar with the color management pipeline. OriginalRenders.zip