I've a big issue on camera raw since some month, and actually is going impossible to work with it.
Everytime that i open an image and i try to work on it, when i move any cursors i see some square (with the same image in it, or trasparent background, etc) that changes it dimension and position if i move again the cursor (see the video below)
I tried to re-install PS and CR, to update the drivers of my graphic card, to disable the GPU acceleration/support, but nothing works.
Someone could help me please?
Have you tried disabling Use Graphics Processor in Camera Raw preference
In Photoshop go to Edit > Preferences > Camera Raw and disable this option, restart Photoshop
Looks like it's GPU related
I tried to disable it in PS but it didn't work.
I just tried to do it in CR and it works fine
But, i'd like to know, which could be the problem? the GPU is a nvidia 980Ti with 6gb of ram.
I tried to follow the istruction to set some options in the GPU control panel but it doesn't work...
Thanks, Ged. That menu you screencapped above was - for me - found in Bridge > Edit > Camera Raw Preferences. I couldn't find it in PS and in fact left the tickbox for "Use Graphics Processor" checked in Photoshop > Edit > Preferences > Performance. Doing it in CR only seems to have fixed the issue for me (so far).
I also have an NVIDIA GPU ( GeForce GTX 960 )
You can find Camera Raw preferences in Photoshop, go to Edit > Preferences > Camera Raw
without GPU acceleration camera raw works veeeeery slow...some more advice to solve my/our problem?
Hilarious! I swear it wasn't there a minute ago.