Hey there. I was trying out the denoise Feature for the first time today and stumbled over this problem. On every dng i try it on. it leaves those weird vertical lines. I have no clue where it comes from, but maybe one of you people had smth similar and knows how to fix it
Here is my setup:
Information about the graphics processor:
It would be better to share the non-Enhanced (pre Denoise) DNG/raw so we can attempt to replicate what you are seeing. This DNG is of little diagnostic value.
Running Denoise on the original works without issues on my computer, no dotted lines.
Did you try updating the graphics driver?
will do that now and give an update. Thanks for your reply!
Updated it but still have the same bug/problem. do you think it could maybe have something to do with the Fuji RAW files?
Since the original works for us without artifacts and you are seeing the issue across multiple apps, I am leaning towards a problem with your graphics card or its driver. Have you contacted your driver manufacturer to see if they are aware of any issues?
I guess I'll have to try that 😕 hope they will have some kind of solution for that.
Those colored dots appear in the original on this end; it looks like data corruption. Be VERY careful now, it could be just this image, it could be your card, card reader, cable etc. But it isn't Denoise.
The document I downloaded wasn't the original.
"DirectX: AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT (30.0.13033.1000)"
That driver is 1.5 years old. You can download the most recent driver from here:
Did that, unfortunately the problem still occurs. Only happens with ai Denoise yet
it also happens if i use the ai denoise in Camera Raw.
1. You could try installing the Pro Edition of the driver:
As with Nvidia's Studio drivers, AMD says they test the Pro editions against 100 professional applications for creative workflows. They don't disclose the list of apps, and they probably don't test AI (machine-learning) much. But it's worth a try.
2. If that doesn't work, verify it's the graphics driver and not something else in your computer by restarting into Windows Safe Mode With Networking and then running LR Denoise, which could take about 20 - 30 minutes:
I think it's more likely a graphics problem than some other issue, but given your card is only four years old with 8 GB of graphics memory, it's worth verifying. Unfortunately, Adobe refuses to provide a preference option to disable the use of the GPU for its AI commands, making this harder than it needs to be.
I just tried Camera Raw, Lightroom Classic and Lightroom Desktop using a Mac Studio Ultra running Ventura 13.3.1. The dotted lines aren't visible in original with any of them, and not in the the denoised version either.
I saw the dots on whatever I downloaded yesterday. I thought it was the ”original”.
I will try this again.
Edit: Test1 from yesterday:
Whatever I downloaded yesterday with dots wasn't the original, my bad.
The actual original I just downloaded _DSF4194.RAF, no dots. It isn't denoise.