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Thu, Oct 22, 2020 5:05 PM

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Lightroom Classic: (Mac) User Interface slow after upgrading

Hello,

Since upgrading to Lightroom Classic v10.0, all UI-related functionality is painfully slow. All editing functions are working correctly and quickly but scrolling through the catalogue or even scrolling a side panel is taking many long seconds to refresh. Unreasonably long.

Disabling GPU Accellaration has no affect on my Lightroom's performance.

macOS Mojave 10.14.6

Mac Pro (Late 2013)

3 GHz 8-Core Intel Xeon E5

32 GB 1866 MHz DDR3

AMD FirePro D700 6 GB

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70 Points

24 days ago

Lightroom Classic performance is now terrible on Version 10
The performance is very bad now and I never had issues before, my performance was really good before this...
The GPU acceleration actually makes it worse,,,
I cannot go to the previous version because the catalog was also upgraded. 
If I restart LRc the performance is mildly better but quicly degrades, 
I cannot work like this sadly.  . . . . 
 
(iMac 2017 , i5, 16G RAM w/ Radeon Pro 580 8 GB)
  Model Name: iMac

  Model Identifier: iMac18,3

  Processor Name: Quad-Core Intel Core i5

  Processor Speed: 3.8 GHz

  Number of Processors: 1

  Total Number of Cores: 4

  L2 Cache (per Core): 256 KB

  L3 Cache: 6 MB

  Memory: 16 GB

  Boot ROM Version: 428.0.0.0.0

  SMC Version (system): 2.41f2

Radeon Pro 580:

 

  Chipset Model: Radeon Pro 580

  Type: GPU

  Bus: PCIe

  PCIe Lane margin: 0;">  VRAM (Total): 8 GB

  Vendor: AMD (0x1002)

  Device ID: 0x67df

  Revision ID: 0x00c0

  ROM Revision: 113-D000AA-931

  VBIOS Version: 113-D0001A1X-025

  EFI Driver Version: 01.00.931

Note: This comment was created from a merged conversation originally titled Lightroom Classic performance is now terrible on Version 10

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70 Points

23 days ago

MacBook Pro 2018

2gb SSD (1gb free)

32 gb RAM

2.9 ghz 6-core i9

Radeon Pro Vega 20 4 GB

Lightroom is practically unusable.

Note: This comment was created from a merged conversation originally titled Lightroom Classic 10.0 painfully slow

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100 Points

23 days ago

lightroom painfully slow after upgrading to version 10. I have after reading here created a new screen profile which is a bit faster but still very slow and instead of lightroom being fun it is now sooo frustrating. I really hope adobe is working on this as this is not acceptable. Unfortunately my catalog is now version 10. can i downgrade it to version 9 so i can go back to the previous version of lightroom and where do i find the older version?  

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To downgrade (which I did straight away) Go to the CC application and alongside the Lightroom Classic entry you will see three dots (...) click on this and one of the options is "other versions" Click on that and you will see all the 9.x versions.

Downloading it seemed a very painless solution but what you must do is go back to the catalog that ran with your last 9.4 version. LrC doesn't overwrite the catalog, just copies it. The only thing you will miss is the previews which will remain with the V10 so it will run a little slowly at first as it rebuilds the previews.

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Thanks for the help. At the moment I am using my MacBook which works and am waiting with crossed fingers for the bug fix for my main computer 

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60 Points

23 days ago

5 year old iMac, Catalina 10.15.7.  Same problems with Lrc10 running slow then completely crashed about three times. Ran Disk Utility First Aid, still no joy. Then found this thread. Changed monitor profile to SRGB.....Bingo! Joy of joys all good, for now. iMac still has it's own issues but at least I can work on my photos again.

I do think that for a £9.98 a month subscription Adobe need to work harder to get these things sorted out. There seems to be an issue every time there's an update.

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@Tracy Bishop Yes, seems a display profile issue for some, depending on how the profile is built. What could be useful is to report what kind of display and what software created the profile. 

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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Here Eizo Colornavigator, i1profiler and basiccolor display. Everything the same...

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i1Profiler or bassICColor built it? Or maybe both cause issues?

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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Don't matter. all profiles from this applications...

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What application?

Not all display profiles slow down LR. On my end, Spectraview profiles are fine. This issue doesn't affect all users on Mac.

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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Interesting, On my end Spectraview profiles are NOT fine.

 

Which make me even wonder more about accessing the Video Card/Driver in LR10 problem.

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We could swap settings, the calibration is in the NEC panel, the profile itself does not do much but we could swap them too to see what happens. Or maybe it's the combination of profile and GPU? 

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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Here is my settings and the profile

http://www.dypinc.net/DYP_Spectroview.zip

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Here are my settings (which I doubt should play a role) and the simple profile used:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/3vib28psib7mtft/SpectraView.zip?dl=0

My Video cards:

Radeon Pro Vega 20 4 GB

Intel UHD Graphics 630 1536 MB

I probably will not be able to look at your files until later today. 

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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Thanks I probably won't get to your till later or maybe tomorrow.

I am Was DYP in the adobeprerelease forum if you want to discus it further there as I am not sure our NDA permits us discuss updates here.

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Along the same lines as above, I note that I am using a BENQ SW271 as a second monitor to my MacBook Pro that can run it's own colour profiling app but using the i1Pro calorimeter (in which case the Creator flags say "RD " and using the 4.0.0 specs) These are stored as LUTs in the Display itself, and a similar set created by me using xRite i1Profiler where the Creator flags say 'XRCM' and are using the 4.3.0 specs that I now use as the default profile for the device and with which I get the slow-down.

When I get any updates and get back onto V10 I will try the other (hardware based) set out.

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Andrew

Your profile on my machine has the same slowness as my profile does.

AMD Radeon HD 7950
VRAM (Total): 3 GB

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I loaded your display profile, no difference on my end, no slowdown I can detect. Odd, I am at a loss how a profile, no matter how built, would affect the speed of LR. Unless again, something fishy is going on with video cards/GPU. 

And yes, we should take this off line and back into the pre-release forums. 

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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Eizo CG318-4K hardware calibrated with ColourNavigator 7 using the built-in sensor.

GPU: Macvid Radeon RX Vega 56 (8GB)

PCIe Gen2x2 SSD Angelbird Wings MX2 (system drive) - OSX Mojave

2xSSD  RAID0 (image storage)

48GB RAM

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70 Points

22 days ago

Hi, my Lightroom classic is going extremely slow with everything I try to do. It’s slow and loads forever just to switch from photo to photo. I updated my MacBook Pro to the latest version and then updated Lightroom to 10.0. I then cleared the caches for video and camera raw photos. None of this has helped

Note: This comment was created from a merged conversation originally titled Lightroom 10.0 crashing
carlos_cardona

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Have you tried the "monitor profile" fix? Change from any custom monitor color profile you've created to a "default" one, like Adobe RGB, Apple RGB, Generic RGB profile. This seems to clear the slowness. Adobe is working on a fix. System Prefs/Display/Color and pick one.

You could also try the "once over" to delete more caches and application states, it may not help but it can't hurt (and you'll gain hard drive space). Download the free Onyx (https://www.titanium-software.fr/en/onyx.html), select the Onyx version for your OS, download, run it, reboot.

In Onyx run almost everything in the Maintenance tab, deselecting things you may not want deleted, like Launch Services. Hit the "Options" button across from "Internet" and check/deselect more stuff like Cookies & Other Site Data, Browser History, Form Values, (which are OFF by default), but make any other choices you want to keep. Don’t know what something is? Google it, or ask me, or don’t run it, then hit Run Tasks. After it's done it will ask for a reboot. You will see you've gained some hard drive space, but try to use it again.

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232 Points

21 days ago

Hi

Mac Pro mid-2010
2 CPU, 12 cores 3.46 GHz
96 Go RAM
Radeon RX580 8 Go

Professional usage as a photographer.

Slowness is unacceptable.


Asking professional photographers to change their Monitor Profile is just a joke. Do you know at Adobe that professional people make calibrations for their screens?

Nevertheless, I just tried to change the screen profile: absolutely non change in the slowness.

I will go back to previous version.

I am officially asking for, at least, a one month refund.

And one month refund is far for the time I have lost with 0 QA software where non regression tests when updating versions seem to be a non existing concept at Adobe's. 

Regards
Thierry

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70 Points

20 days ago

In ten years, I've never had so many issues with a version before!

Background: I just bought a brand new Macbook pro in May of this year, and everything on it is up to date.

Bugs that I have encountered so far with version 10 of LR classic:

 - Not compatible with my laptop's graphic processor (because that makes sense) so Adobe support made me turn off the graphics use in LR. It was causing 'ghosting' - the sharpening functioning from the previous image would be applied to the new image.

Now LR runs slower than molasses. On my new laptop. With no other programs running. And allowing as much memory use as possible. It worked better on my 12 year old imac, seriously.

- Can't move images from one collection to another within LR UNLESS all collections are ordered according to capture time. Because that makes sense.

(I will be adding to this list as new bugs rear their heads, I'm sure).

My question is - how do I get Adobe's attention to make them take these issues seriously? Their help pages are ridiculous and incredibly frustrating.

Note: This comment was created from a merged conversation originally titled Lightroom classic v.10 SO MANY BUGS

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70 Points

20 days ago

I have an extremely frustrating problem. The environment :
  • Desktop Intel Core i7 2600 @ 3.40 GHz (older generation)
  • 8 GB Dual-channel DDR3 @ 665 MHz (old, slow tech)
  • Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (20H2 OS Build 1942.572)
  • 124 GB internal SSD (OS, apps, LR Cat)
  • Multiple external HDD's (JPEG, RAW, Video, General, ...)
  • Lightroom Classic 10.0 Release Camera Raw 13.0 (Build 202010011851-xxxxxxxx)
The thing is, Lightroom started running extremely slowly - to the point where it literally gets unworkable after a short while. A reboot restart helps, but soon afterwards the same story. I suspect it is after a recent upgrade of LR, possibly together with one / some of the recent multiple Windows updates.

The interesting thing is that I also run much the same configuration on an i7 laptop, and that performs very well.

On the desktop, I also run a version of PowerDirector video editing software, and if LR is not running, it performs extremely well. So does all the other programs.

I have done all the basic fault finding, and more. Cleaned all cache, optimized the catalog, checked
the various LR performance indicators, etc. But to no avail.

I've checked various forums to see if this is a common / known problem, with not success.

I don't want to spend money (e.g. more / faster RAM) and then find it was not the problem.

The exact same hardware configuration worked previously on Release 9.x with absolutely no degrading performance issues whatsoever.

Anybody on this forum who can throw a lifeline ? I am under severe pressure and stress to complete some urgent work on LR, but under circumstances I am more likely to use violence against the technology...
Note: This comment was created from a merged conversation originally titled Lightroom Classic: Painfully slow LRC 10

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@JohannvS   Apologies. This was merged into the wrong thread. This thread is about Mac. 

For your specific case, on your machine that is misbehaving:

  • Clean Lightroom Install Procedure
  • Close Lightroom
  • Restart the computer
  • Use the Adobe Creative Cloud App to uninstall Lightroom
  • Restart the computer
  • Install Lightroom via the Creative Cloud App without launching any other programs.
  • Restart the computer
  • Launch Lightroom
  • Wait 5 minutes

Then: 

A Preference File will survive a Lightroom uninstall/reinstall. Sometimes weird behavior is corrected/cured by resetting the preferences.

Reset Procedure:

1. Close Lightroom.

2. Hold down [Alt/Opt]+[Shift] while restarting Lightroom.

3. Overwrite the Preferences when prompted by the dialog.

4. Close Lightroom.

5. Restart Lightroom.

Does the behavior continue after resetting the preferences?

 Adobe Photography Products

Quality Engineering - Customer Advocacy

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I tried this - to no avail, unfortunately...

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I tried that too, it did not work. What does work is using the generic sRGB screen profile which of course it not viable when wanting color calibration. 

As an adobe administrator Rikk do you know close to a fix adobe is with regards to this bug? For many of us it clearly seems to be related to profiles. 

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70 Points

20 days ago

Lightroom Classic has been running so slowly that I can't use it. This seems to have occurred since my last update. What can I do to fix this problem?

Note: This comment was created from a merged conversation originally titled Lightroom running too slowly

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84 Points

20 days ago

Everything is painfully slow, sometimes it takes over a minute to 

click on the next photo. I have optimized everything possible, and it gets worse the longer I use it.

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@Bailey Mohr did you see and try what Tracy wrote?

Then found this thread. Changed monitor profile to SRGB.....Bingo! Joy of joys all good, for now.

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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It’s a solution if color isn’t important but who uses Lightroom not caring about color?... for serious work not having access to color calibration renders Lightroom useless. I Hope this bug is fixed soon 🙏

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20 days ago

Same. Everything is painfully slow sometimes it takes over in a minute for me to click through from one photo to the next. I have done everything I know to optimize Lightroom. It seems to get worse the longer I use it.

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19 days ago

Another data point:

MacPro5,1

12x 2.66GHz

24GB RAM

Radeon RX 580 Pulse 8 GB

Two Quato IntelliProof 300 EX 30" displays @ 2560x1600

Mojave 10.14.6

LRC 10.0

Symptoms:

- Painfully slow in grid view when using custom or Adobe RGB display profiles

- Disabling GPU-support makes no difference

- Performance OK when using film strip, but that's just not workable for me when browsing hundreds or even thousands of images

- Performance also OK when using sRGB display profile, but that's a non-starter for color-critical work (and color-critical work ist pretty much all I do in LR)

Adobe, please fix this ASAP! Reverting to version 9.4 is not an option for me because I've made lots of edits during the first run of 10.0 when performance was a bit slower than 9.4 but still useable. Now it's no longer useable.

I'm happy to share display profiles with Adobe Support if that's of any help.

TIA for fixing this soon,

Ron

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@Ron_Pfister  - Performance also OK when using sRGB display profile, but that's a non-starter for color-critical work (and color-critical work ist pretty much all I do in LR)

True but that's not really the point. Some are not having ANY issues with display profiles (like me). Others are and the switch fixes the issue and if that IS the case, now it would be darn useful to provide full system info and hardware so Adobe can figure out why switching to sRGB works. This isn't a fix, it's part of an investigation. You can switch back and forth of course, but at least having more data as to which systems are affected make fixing the bug, and it is a bug, easier. 

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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On my side (Mac Pro 5.1 2012, OS X 14.6, Radeon RX 580, Asus Pro Art 32" display max @ 3840x2160 but same problems @ lower res + Apple Cinema Display 24", 64 Go RAM), switching to any sRGB profile I have resolves this problem. And the troubles come back with more or less seriousness using home made profiles, Abobe RGB 1998, Pro Photo RGB, Wide gamut RGB. It does not seem related to the ICC version (2.x or 4) nor to the availability of standard / 1:1 previews. Everything is fine in the Develop module (including browsing) whatever the profile and with or without dynamic previews. 

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Here the detailed info on my setup:

Lightroom Classic version: 10.0 [ 202010011851-ef6045e0 ]
License: Creative Cloud
Language setting: en-GB
Operating system: Mac OS 10
Version: 10.14.6 [18G6032]
Application architecture: x64
Logical processor count: 24
Processor speed: 2.6 GHz
SqLite Version: 3.30.1
Built-in memory: 24'576.0 MB
Real memory available to Lightroom: 24'576.0 MB
Real memory used by Lightroom: 3'686.3 MB (14.9%)
Virtual memory used by Lightroom: 11'868.6 MB
Memory cache size: 913.1MB
Internal Camera Raw version: 13.0 [ 610 ]
Maximum thread count used by Camera Raw: 5
Camera Raw SIMD optimization: SSE2
Camera Raw virtual memory: 367MB / 12287MB (2%)
Camera Raw real memory: 369MB / 24576MB (1%)
Displays: 1) 2560x1600, 2) 2560x1600

Graphics Processor Info: 
Metal: AMD Radeon RX 580

Application folder: /Applications/Adobe Lightroom Classic
Library Path: /Users/ron/Pictures/Lightroom/Catalogs/Master Catalog/Master Catalog-v10.lrcat
Settings Folder: /Users/ron/Library/Application Support/Adobe/Lightroom

Installed Plugins: 
1) AdobeStock
2) Aperture/iPhoto Importer Plug-in
3) Facebook
4) Flickr
5) Nikon Tether Plugin

Config.lua flags: None

AudioDeviceIOBlockSize: 512
AudioDeviceName: $$$/dvaaudiodevice/SystemDefaultAndEffectiveDeviceName=System Default (Built-in Output)#{comment}DVAAU-4201250: Open the audio hardware preferences page.
AudioDeviceNumberOfChannels: 2
AudioDeviceSampleRate: 44100
Build: LR5x42
CoreImage: true
GL_ACCUM_ALPHA_BITS: 0
GL_ACCUM_BLUE_BITS: 0
GL_ACCUM_GREEN_BITS: 0
GL_ACCUM_RED_BITS: 0
GL_ALPHA_BITS: 8
GL_BLUE_BITS: 8
GL_DEPTH_BITS: 24
GL_GREEN_BITS: 8
GL_MAX_3D_TEXTURE_SIZE: 16384
GL_MAX_TEXTURE_SIZE: 16384
GL_MAX_TEXTURE_UNITS: 8
GL_MAX_VIEWPORT_DIMS: 16384,16384
GL_RED_BITS: 8
GL_RENDERER: AMD Radeon RX 580 OpenGL Engine
GL_SHADING_LANGUAGE_VERSION: 1.20
GL_STENCIL_BITS: 8
GL_VENDOR: ATI Technologies Inc.
GL_VERSION: 2.1 ATI-2.11.22
OGLEnabled: true
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HTH,

Ron

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19 days ago

I went back to an older version, and then updated to 10 again. The problem seems to be fixed. 

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70 Points

18 days ago

I have an I Mac 19,2 Quad Intel Core i13, 8 Gb. Since uploading the new Lightroom upgrade if I try to open the old catalogue that contains 2000+ images. My computer freezes and shuts down. I also noticed ! mark beside at least half of the old catalogue, even though I am accessing images from my external hard drive. Lightroom worked perfectly fine the day before the new upload. I can work in the new catalogue by uploading images I would like to work on.  The forum replies are mostly in computer speak that many techies will understand, I am not one of them. Please could you help and reply in plain simple language that anyone can understand.

Note: This comment was created from a merged conversation originally titled I Mac + recent upload

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18 days ago

I'm having the same problem but on a 2018 MacBook Pro. Not only scrolling is slow, however. Edits are lagging terribly. Specs as follows:

Mac OS Catalina version 10.15.6

16GB RAM

Processor: 2.2 GHZ 6-Core Intel Core i7

Graphics: Radeon Pro 555x 4GB Inel UHD Graphics 630 1536 MB

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@Charity Parrish What resolution are you driving the display? Has setting the system preferences>Display>Color to sRGB sped up the editing? 

Author “Color Management for Photographers"

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Yes I've tried that. It does help some, but it's still slower than it was before the update. Also that color profile is 🤮

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Yes, ugly if the actual calibration is far from sRGB. Useful to know it helped. What about going to old profile with lower resolution on the display?

Author “Color Management for Photographers"