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[Fixed] Depth of Field filters provide bad results (1.6.5 beta 5)

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Both destructive and live Depth of Field filters, in Tilt Shift mode, render visible errors in the "smoothness" of the blur gradient. See the screenshot. These non-fluent blur levels emerge all along the axis of the Tilt Shift configuration. This makes the filters vastly unusable for sufficient results.

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Tested on Sierra 10.12.6, Apple Cinema Display attached to MacBook Pro, display mehod - Metal.

Thanks for looking into it.


UX/UI designer, IT analyst & consultant, Business Architect at Cool Ticket (www.coolticket.co).

MacBook Pro 13'' Early 2015, 3,1 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GB 1867 MHz DDR3, Apple Thunderbolt Display 27'' (2560 x 1440).

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Hi Lojza,

 

I've just tried this myself on High Sierra using Metal and I couldn't see any issues. Would you be able to attach a image using a Depth of Field Live filter that shows the issue please?

 

Thanks.

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I had the same issue with Mac pro 2013 and metal when I made focus stacking with 30 (sony) raw files and then tried to add Live Depth of Field layer. It was so slow anyway that I needed to export it to png before continuing editing and didn't try that live filter with it again. I can try it again if needed :)

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On 10/3/2017 at 0:50 PM, Sean P said:

Hi Lojza,

 

I've just tried this myself on High Sierra using Metal and I couldn't see any issues. Would you be able to attach a image using a Depth of Field Live filter that shows the issue please?

 

Thanks.

I'll send you a PM with non-public link. Thanks.


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MacBook Pro 13'' Early 2015, 3,1 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GB 1867 MHz DDR3, Apple Thunderbolt Display 27'' (2560 x 1440).

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2 hours ago, Lojza said:

I'll send you a PM with non-public link. Thanks.

Thanks for the file - I've reproduced it with that. I've tried switching to both 16 and 32bit and still got the banding. So I've passed it onto development to see what they say!

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