In another thread my question about the zoom functionality in Camera Raw has just been answered. The solution was to turn on graphics processor support in Camera Raw settings. After editing my first image again however, I remember why I turned it off a few months ago. When sliding ANY slider to the left or right while multiple images are selected, Camera Raw creates weird images in the images until I move the slider again (images are flashing).
Can anyone help to resolve this issue?
I run the latest Version of Photoshop and Camera Raw on Windows 10 x64. It happens with any kind of raw images.
Regrettably, the solution to this one is to turn it off again. This is a classic video driver bug.
Keep looking for updated drivers. When you find one that works, stick to it.
Turning it off only seems like a temporary solution and since this has been happneing for almost a year now there must be a better solution
Does this happen with Use Graphics Processor disabled?
Have you tried updating your GPU driver from the manufacturers website
drivers are all up to date, it doesn't happen with graphics driver support off. But when turned of, the behaviour of the zoom functions changes to a way that makes it annoying to use
Thank you, but nothing changed
Happening the same to me. It'a driver bug or graphics card bug. Are u on windows 10?