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Problema em editar no photoshop

New Here ,
May 03, 2021 May 03, 2021

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No catálogo no lightroom as fotos estão perfeitas, quando clico em editar no photoshop elas abrem muito granuladas. Não sei que está acontecendo me ajudem.

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Adobe Community Professional , May 03, 2021 May 03, 2021
In the catalog in lightroom the photos are perfect, when I click edit in photoshop they open very grainy. I don't know what's happening. By @Flávia0D4C
In Photoshop, go to Edit > Preferences > Performance, and make sure that Cache Levels is set to 4 or higher.

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In the catalog in lightroom the photos are perfect, when I click edit in photoshop they open very grainy. I don't know what's happening.


By @Flávia0D4C

 

In Photoshop, go to Edit > Preferences > Performance, and make sure that Cache Levels is set to 4 or higher.

 

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Minha tela aparece diferente, o cache está em 5,0Captura de Tela (4).png

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Please open the preferences in Photoshop, not in Lightroom.

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Fui lá no PS, não adiantou!

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OK, so it's not the cache levels.

If you compare the image at 100% view in Lightroom with 100% view in Photoshop, do you then see a difference?

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Fui lá no PS, não adiantou!

I went there at the PS, it didn't help!


By @Flávia0D4C

 

If you changed the number in the Cache levels, you have to restart Photoshop for the change to take effect.

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Agora deu certo, eu não tinha reiniciado.

Muito obrigada 

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