I have upgraded to InDesign CC 2014. I have trouble importing some tiff images. InDesign crashes. Not all tiff images create problems. It depends on which version of Photoshop, they are saved in. If I open the image in Photoshop and saves again, there are not any problems. Our database is very large and contains several folders, so it is a big task to archive all images again, even if I create an action in Photoshop. If I open a InDesign document made in a earlier version of InDesign there is no problem editing. If I want to export a pdf or print the tiff images make InDesign crash.
I have searched, but I can not find any settings in InDesign that helps. Does anybody else has encountered this problem and found a solution?
It may or may not help. My recommended workflow is to export legacy files from the original version and convert the IDML rather than do a direct conversion of old .indd files.
I have the same issue and I strongly believe it's the color profile. There are some posts out there on this issue.
What to do:
Open your photo
Now here on the Color profile, select from the menu "Don't color manage".
Paste your images
Convert to grayscale
Save as tiff.
It will work most of the times. Hope it helps.