The file on Dropbox imports fine for me, and I can see a preview in the import dialog.
What happens if you go ahead and click Import?
I can import the image just fine in my Windows 10 LR 2015.4:
Are you seeing this problem when you Import or when you're trying to work on the image in Develop?
And are all the images from your D750 acting this way or just a few?
It could be that your preview cache (or camera-raw cache) is corrupted and you should clear them out.
To clear out your preview cache:
- Open LR
- Open the folder where the catalog is stored using: Preferences [General tab] / Catalog Settings [General tab] / Show next to your catalog file name.
- Exit LR, choosing to Backup. If necessary you might need to set your Backup frequency to Every Time in the Catalog Settings area, before exiting.
- Go back to the folder where your catalog is and look for a folder called "catalogname Previews.lrdata" that is your previews folder.
- Delete this catalogname Previews.lrdata FOLDER with LR still closed. DO NOT DELETE catalogname.lrcat AS THAT IS YOUR CATALOG FILE.
- Restart LR.
Here is a screenshot of my Catalog Settings with the Show button and backup frequency settings highlighted:
Here is the Previews folder on my computer for my catalog named Lightroom6. I had LR open when I made this screenshot so there are extract .lock and .journal files that won't exist if LR is closed:
I see you have a movie file in the folder.
I can't remember the details, but there have been reports about import problems when a folder contains both photos and movies.
Try moving the movie files to a different folder, and then try to import.
The screenshot is a little hard to read, but you seem to have colons in the filenames - that could be a problem.
Try removing the colons, or replace them with dashes on a couple of files, and see if they will import.
Dude. I love you. It works. I honestly cannot thank you enough.
When renaming I put a forward slash between the two names, for some reason it was changed to a colon. I changed this in Bridge and it works perfectly.
Honestly you're amazing. Thank you for helping me through this.
Special characters (including slashes and colons) are generally considered "illegal" in filenames.
To be on the safe side, only use letters a-z, numbers 0-9, hyphen and underscore. Avoid spaces as well.
A forward slash separates folder names in a path in OS X, a backslash separates folder names in a path on Windows, and a colon separates a drive-letter from a path in Windows.
i have the same problem when try to import files from camera (directly), any type of camera, any type of files, some files have preview, some not, so its impossible to choose right files to import
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Hi there. I am having the same problem. I am using the new MacBook Pro and the latest Adobe Lightroom. When I try to import some pictures that I shoot with my 80D I get the same message. The thing is that when I try to import the same files in Lightroom, on my Windows 10 PC (running the exact same version of Lr) it works with no problems.
I've already tried renaming the files in multiple ways, but with no success. Do you have any other tricks I may try? Or anybody else reading this...