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  1. I don't really have any other information about this other than the title. Sometimes loading displacement maps work, others it causes the app to crash instantaneously. I'm making my own maps using the same technique for all and saving in the same format, TIFF 8bit greyscale. No point in attaching the files that cause crashes since it seems to happen at random, sometimes the exact same files crash the app while other times it works just fine. I have however attached the latest crash report, which happened with a displacement map. It might help narrow down the cause. Thanks! EDIT: I was just fiddling around and it seems like saving the displacement maps as JPEG instead of TIFF reduces the amount of crashes. Might just be a coincident too. f831d2b6-6567-487b-9d67-b5a32cddc877.dmp attachment_Log.txt
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