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Refine Selection - does not work and Crashes, Freezing, extensive CPU&GPU usage

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Hey All,

 

Not sure what is going on with my photo :(. Last night it worked fine, all day today, the selection brush / refine process has been completely bizzare. 

 

I have tried closing / reopening photo. Restart computer. Minimal software/apps running. Editing previously bulk edited jpg to .aff images, as well as RAW processed images. 

 

When using the selection brush:

about 1 out of 10 images crash the program entirely on the first drag

the rest can get through to the "Refine" process, but matting is responding very unusually.

---Areas of the image that would typically be completely matted are about 50% opacity

--- Border width, smooth, feather, ramp do not resolve the opacity issue

--- matte brush does not resolve opacity issue

When it does work, it is using a ridiculous amount of CPU and GPU (compared to yesterday and all times before today)

--- About 90% of my Intel I5

--- AND between 50-75% of my Nvidia Geforce GTX 950M

--- while taking about 3 times as long as typical

 

Changes previous to this issue:

created 3-4 macros

batch processed about 200 images using above macros

issue did not occur immediately after those macros though... Only after the computer rebooted overnight

 

 

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Hi Shaw,

Were any updates applied during the reboot? We've found .net 4.7 is causing issues for some people and rolling that back usually corrects the problems.


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