Description
I'm trying to import a .exr texture created in Substance Painter and exported as a 32 bit linear exr file. The texture is to be used for roughness.
However, I've stumbled upon the problem that users in this thread are experiencing as well: https://forums.unrealengine.com/t/the-texture-turns-black-after-importing-it-into-the-unreal-engine/258779
If I import it in UE5, the texture appears as completely black.

I've attached the affected texture into the bug report.

This is a regression

Steps to Reproduce
  1. Open any project
  2. import attached texture by drag in drop
    • or any texture larger than 1025x1025

Expected Result: Texture is imported and can be seen in content browser with image. No errors or warnings in log

Actual Result: Texture is imported and shows up as black in the content browser. Log shows warning:

Warning: Ignoring SetUserFocus because it's not an active modal Window

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Fixed
ComponentUE - Texture
Affects Versions5.0.1
Target Fix5.1
Fix Commit20348934
Main Commit20348934
CreatedMay 13, 2022
ResolvedMay 24, 2022
UpdatedMay 25, 2022