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Discombobulated picture, misplaced pieces!

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Hi all,

This has been happening a lot to me recently.

When moving a slider, the pictures shakes and jerks (not really sure what the correct terminology should be).

It happens both in LR and ACR, and basically, when in LR, it feels like it flashes the unedited version of the picture, before I made adjustments. When in ACR, the picture gets sliced and replaced by other part of what's on screen!

Any help or feedback would be appreciated!

16832954_10155075854332878_1801699887_o.jpg

Win10-64 bit

4GB RAM

Nvidia 750ti 2GB

All LR, PS, and ACR are up to date

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by JimHess | Adobe Community Professional

These problems are often caused by a graphics driver that is out of date or incompatible. You might want to see if there is an update for your graphics card that will solve the problem. If there isn't then you could try turning off GPU support at the bottom of your Camera Raw preferences in Bridge:

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Discombobulated picture, misplaced pieces!

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Hi all,

This has been happening a lot to me recently.

When moving a slider, the pictures shakes and jerks (not really sure what the correct terminology should be).

It happens both in LR and ACR, and basically, when in LR, it feels like it flashes the unedited version of the picture, before I made adjustments. When in ACR, the picture gets sliced and replaced by other part of what's on screen!

Any help or feedback would be appreciated!

16832954_10155075854332878_1801699887_o.jpg

Win10-64 bit

4GB RAM

Nvidia 750ti 2GB

All LR, PS, and ACR are up to date

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by JimHess | Adobe Community Professional

These problems are often caused by a graphics driver that is out of date or incompatible. You might want to see if there is an update for your graphics card that will solve the problem. If there isn't then you could try turning off GPU support at the bottom of your Camera Raw preferences in Bridge:

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These problems are often caused by a graphics driver that is out of date or incompatible. You might want to see if there is an update for your graphics card that will solve the problem. If there isn't then you could try turning off GPU support at the bottom of your Camera Raw preferences in Bridge:

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