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I just installed Lightroom 6 on my Windows 7 x64 machine.
It works just fine, however, after processing picture A (in the develop module) and switching to picture B (using the right arrow) if I click on "R" (crop) or "\" (compare to before) or zoom in, I see for a fraction of a second a flicker of the previously processed image A. (and I've already switched to image B)
FYI, I have an nVidia GTX 650 video card and process D810 raw files. Perhaps you're developing on super fast hardware and you don't notice it, but on my machine I do notice it all the time.
This doesn't occur when the graphics card acceleration is disabled, so this is clearly an acceleration bug. Also, it only happens when I have a secondary display enabled (I have a single card with dual DVI monitor support).
While it causes no harm and it happens only the first time for each new picture I process, I find it very annoying. It's clearly a bug, because this shouldn't happen.
I can probably capture and post a video of this.
I can see what you are talking about in the video but don't see it on my (similar but not identical) system.
We will have to turn it over to the engineering team to see what they can glean from your information.
So, the question is, are those of you having this problem using default Windows color schemes or are you using Aero themes?
I am using the default Windows theme (which is an Aero one afaik) I never touched or changed the default theme as far as I can tell.
That said you can see that Mac OS users have complained about this as well so I'm doubtful that could be it.
Also I'd be hard pressed to explain why am I seeing a brief glimpse of the previously processed (where I last pressed pressed \) image. (even though I sometimes pass through 2-3 photos before I try \ again)
Are you kidding?
I have same issues as shown on video on Mac OS. Glitches and black screen blinking while pressing '\' key in Develop mode. Please fix this annoying bug! I just can't believe that in the whole Dev/QA team nobody noticed it...
Version comes, version goes... and nothing changes.
With the release of lightroom 6.3 the problem *still* persists.
To make matters worse, I just bought a new desktop (with completely new hardware). It's an Asus Z170 motherboard, with Intel 6700K CPU, using an EVGA nVidia 970 video card, running Windows 10 Pro x64 with 32GB ram.
Running with the latest NVidia drivers 359.00 (from 11/19/2015) - I still experience that pestering flicker, which forced me to disable GPU acceleration, again. *sigh*
The only other detail I thought may be relevant is that I'm running a calibrated monitor (using ICC profile generated by ColorMunki Photo).
It's been 7 months since I first reported this, and despite best efforts, nothing had changed since. It's either a very low priority issue from Adobe's perspective (fixing bugs that have been plaguing their users, vs -lets say- pushing out a completely and poorly redesigned "import" screen, and then reverting it) or they simply don't care.
Honestly, I believe I've barked enough about this, supplied every bit of information I was asked for, tried every suggestion and even posted a video demonstrating it occurring multiple times. I cannot imagine what can I do more beyond what I've done already, so I must admit defeat and abandon this issue.
I wish the best to all the people who stuck along with me on this journey. I however, must jump ship now to Capture One Pro 8.3 - I find it produces better colors (out of the box) and has some very interesting controls, and although it lacks in some areas when compared to Lightroom, I think it's no less powerful.
So long and thanks for all the fish.
Specifically, in the Develop module if I view the Before image the screen briefly displays what looks like a cached image. Most pronounced if I zoom in to 100% then hit "\" I'll briefly see a normal size image. Or if currently zoomed in, then zoom out to normal size view and hit "\" I'll briefly see a zoomed in image. All very disconcerting!
If I turn off graphics acceleration the problem goes away.
Graphics card: NVidia Geforce GTX 960 with driver version 10.18.13.5906 (date: 11/24/2015). Windows OS 10 Pro 64bit
This is the problem video
Lightroom CC 2015.5
It just will not advance in small increments and show accurately on screen without 'blacking' and is then impossible to edit correctly.
All sliders do the same.
This is on the same mac
No Issue using the sliders.
Why do you think this is? I'm paying for the most recent software every month. I don't want to use an outdated version just because it works.
My system ? Not new by any means...but this really shouldn't be a problem for running Lightroom.
27-inch, Mid 2011
Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 6970M 1024 MB Memory: 16 GB 1333 MHz DDR3
Processor: 3.4 GHz Intel Core i7
Thank you for any help. It's very frustrating.
Whenever I zoom in/out or make an adjustment (curve, contrast, etc), the preview appears to be darker for a moment before it shows the correct preview. Like this:
adjusting -> flashing dark preview -> correct preview ->
adjusting again -> flashing dark preview -> correct preview
it's very frustrating when develop photos.
I'm not sure what causes this problem. If I disable GPU acceleration, there is no flickering. Before 2015.5 release, everything was fine and also no flickering.
Lightroom CC (2015.5 release)
MacBook Pro early 2011 (OS X 10.10.4)
Core i7 2.2 Ghz
AMD 6750M (1GB)
I use external display with thunderbolt HDD in daisy chain (mac -->thunderbolt hdd-->display)
Feel that turning Use Graphics Processor off is not the solution since this version of LR had the GPU acceleration as one of their biggest additions.
Hope Adobe fixes this soon.
spec: macOS Sierra, MBP 15 (mid 2015), 16 GB RAM, AMD Radeon R9 M370X 2048 MB
Fresh very clean officialy activated Win10 with 1803 release!!!
Run on HP Elitebook i7-3630QM, 2.4GHz, 24gb of RAM, work on Nikon D4s raws (nef).
Video card NVidia Quadro K4000M, fresh drivers 397.31 from Nvidia site.
THE PROBLEM PERSIST!!! (Only when i resize pictures, appear the last edited one), no black flickers.
HORRIBLE, STILL NOT RESOLVED...
ADOBE, WHERE ARE YOU???
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