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Wed, May 13, 2015 10:39 AM

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Lightroom 6: Impromptu slideshow in develop module - first image very pixelated

Lightroom 6: When running an Impromptu slideshow from the develop module - the first image looks very pixelated - like an upsized thumbnail, very soft, with no fine detail at all. Other images in the slideshow look like 'normal' slideshow images - still unacceptably softer then the image is displayed in the develop module, but much better than then first image. Playing the slideshow from the slideshow module generates 'normal' slideshow images. Also an impromptu slideshow from the library module does not show the problem on the first image. Changing the slideshow quality setting appears to make no visible difference. Also turning on or off use of the graphics processor makes no difference.

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Adobe Administrator

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14.6K Messages

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283.2K Points

5 years ago

This issue is fixed in Lightroom CC 2015.5/6.5 which was released today.

Sr. Product Manager, Adobe Digital Imaging

530 Messages

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10.5K Points

5 years ago

I duplicated that same behavior on two different computers - Win 7 & Win 8.1 - and with graphics processor on and off.

5 Messages

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110 Points

5 years ago

I posted a similar problem a while ago, but im my case all I get is a dark grey area where the image should be, and a light grey surround, which should be black. LR4.4 is still working fine on this machine.

Alan

10 Messages

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190 Points

5 years ago

Thanks Tom and Alan for confirming that it is not just me.

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190 Points

5 years ago

Well 6 months has passed and we now have 6.3 which was supposed to include lots of bug fixes, but an impromptu slideshow is still quite unusable. I'm not impressed.

87 Messages

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2.1K Points

5 years ago

I'm not sure why this issue was overlooked for Lr 6.3, but I was able to reproduce it and have filed a bug report. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.

10 Messages

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190 Points

5 years ago

Thanks Kelly. It a good to hear that there is hope now.

87 Messages

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2.1K Points

5 years ago

A fix for this issue has been made and will appear in the next release of Lightroom.

10 Messages

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190 Points

5 years ago

Thanks. The fix in  2015.5/6.5 is working for me.

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60 Points

4 years ago

lightroom 5.7 - not CC - still has this issue - any plans to correct it?

Champion

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102.2K Points

They won't go back and fix outdated software, sorry.