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Hello, I have a project with many filters, and when I try export this to JPG, then will show a square(s) at random position on JPEG on every export (without any change). Here is my test project with same filters and items, and three results. If I turn off OpenCL support on my Radeon RX 460 card, then square will no show. This bug there is under 864 and 869 versions too! Please check this! https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ar9GB-v89284gs0nuOICX591tkedCQ?e=67x372
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=25157976 So far there have been two ways to to heavy compute tasks on GPUs: CUDA (Nvidia only) and OpenCL (all vendors). Nvidia invested a lot in software and toolchains to make CUDA the go to option for many projects (especially in the machine learning community). Meanwhile OpenCL is falling apart and sees less and less support and updates. However, the Vulkan API which is also supported by most vendors (except Apple where you have to use a compatibility layer called MoltenVK) is gaining traction in the compute sector. If you trust the benchmarks, then this library here is showing that you can get a similar performance out of Vulkan compute than what you would expect from CUDA. It is just that this library only provides a very small fraction of the features of what the CUDA ecosystem does, so the Vulkan compute ecosystem still has a lot catching up to do.
Windows 10 Home 2004, Designer 18.104.22.1684 (all drivers up-to-date). Watch the video to see what happens. With OpenCL acceleration switched OFF everything looks fine. However, after switching OpenCL acceleration switched ON, I get some very strange things happening. 2020-09-19_08-47-52.mp4 I've attached a screengrab of my preferences dialog. (Video is from external monitor but laptop screen shows the same issue.) I've also attached the file for testing purposes. parallelogram.afdesign I’ve attached another video showing the same problem when manipulating a simple rectangle. 2020-09-19_09-26-29.mp4