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Affinity Photo 184.108.40.2062. Windows 10 Pro 21H2. 32GB RAM, AMD 5900X, Nvidia 2080TI. When converting PNGs of about 9MB size to JPG 98 quality via the "New Batch Job" feature. Substantial image corruption occurs in outputs. Deselecting "Parallel processing" fixes the issue but is much slower.
Hi all, I am running Affinity Photo 1.10.5 on an AMD 3800X with a nVidia 2060 SUPER (studio driver 512.96) graphics card. When I do a batch processing to convert images with parallel processing and hardware acceleration enabled I see image corruption in the results. This in the form of artifacts (little rectangles). As soon as I turn off parallel processing this effect stops and the converted images are clean and as expected. If I turn off hardware acceleration the parallel processing also produces results without corruption. I wanted to attach two example photos but I seem not to be able to attach files to posts. Is this known and are you working on this? Cheers Titan3025
I was batch processing files and applying a macro to multiple files. When I checked the generated files I saw that several of them had an artificial mosaic created on them (see attachments). I believe this is a bug that must be fixed.