Grainy Images since ACR 9.12.1

Hi, I found that since the recent update (9.12.1) the image quality in the ACR-windows ist really bad.

The quality returns to normal, by selcting the GPU-accelaertion to off...

GPU-acceleration ON:

gpu_on.png

GPU-acceleration OFF:

gpu_off.png

The image looks like shot with ISO12800, but its shot with ISO200. And the rendered image is good as well.

As a result of this issue the "Visualize Spots" tools is affected as well, because due to the grainy picture, real spots are "overlaid"...

Regards!

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Grainy Images since ACR 9.12.1

Hi, I found that since the recent update (9.12.1) the image quality in the ACR-windows ist really bad.

The quality returns to normal, by selcting the GPU-accelaertion to off...

GPU-acceleration ON:

gpu_on.png

GPU-acceleration OFF:

gpu_off.png

The image looks like shot with ISO12800, but its shot with ISO200. And the rendered image is good as well.

As a result of this issue the "Visualize Spots" tools is affected as well, because due to the grainy picture, real spots are "overlaid"...

Regards!

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Re: Grainy Images since ACR 9.12.1

Adobe Community Professional, Sep 08, 2017

I have just a couple of suggestions. Make sure that your graphics driver is up to date. Generally speaking, enabling GPU support is only going to affect those who are using high-resolution 4K/5K monitors anyway. My computer is an older one and GPU support is disabled automatically, so I never worry about It.

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