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P: Pattern Overlay-Angle fires up my macbook pro and lags in saving/exporting the file

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Community Beginner ,
Dec 20, 2021 Dec 20, 2021

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I am working on the latest version of Photoshop 2022 v23.1 and macOS Monterey 12.0.1 and I noticed that whenever I apply an Angle to a pattern in Pattern Overlay, it fires up my laptop big time and it also takes ages to export the file and save it.

 

These are my steps:

1. I create a pattern and use Define Pattern to save it to the pattern library

2. I open another file and apply Pattern Overlay with my previously created pattern

3. I change the Angle to 20 (or 50, it doesn't matter) 

4. I try to export the file and photoshop freezes and my laptop gets overheated

OR

4. I try to save the file and photoshop freezes and my laptop gets overheated

 

If I wait and close all other processes, it takes 15 minutes (yes, you read that right) to finish the job.

 

I checked multiple times and on previous versions and if I change the Angle back to 0, the photoshop works just fine.

 

Found the same issue on the latest version of Photoshop 2021 - hence, I thought that this bug might be fixed in 2022 version.

 

So, could anyone offer some insight on what's happening? Any ideas on how to find a workaround, perhaps?

 

Thanks!

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Adobe Employee , Dec 20, 2021 Dec 20, 2021

Thanks. I've asked engineering to investigate.

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Adobe Employee ,
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How big is the pattern defined in step 1? (pixel dimensions, bit depth)

How big is the file you're using in step 2? (Pixel dimensions, color mode, bit depth)

Are you using Export As in step 4? or Save for Web? Or another method?

What file format are you saving in the second step 4? PSD? Tiff? Something different?


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Community Beginner ,
Dec 20, 2021 Dec 20, 2021

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Hi Jeffrey,

 

Thanks for the questions. Here are the details:

Pattern defined in step 1 is 2000x2000 px, 300dpi, 8bits/channel, RGB

File used to apply pattern overlay is 12000x12000 px, 300dpi, 8bits/channel, RGB

Yes, I am using Export As in step 4.

In step 2 I am saving in PSD format.

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Thanks. I've asked engineering to investigate.


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