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Consumno de memória RAM do photoshop

Explorer ,
Apr 18, 2024 Apr 18, 2024

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Eu ajustei a utilização de memória do photoshop para 70%, o que corresponde a 8375Mb. Quando abro o photoshop, mesmo sem abri nenhum aquivo, ainda naquela tela onde ficam os  arquivos recentes, o consumo de memória RAM do PS  alcança 5125Mb. Eu abri um arquivo de um carrossel que estou fazendo e a utilização de memória RAM subiu para 6581Mb. Porém, quando fecho este arquivo, o consumo de memória fica o mesmo e não diminue. Eu se abri novamente  o mesmo arquivo e o consumo de memória aumentou para 6820Mb. Repeti o teste fechando e abrindo o arquivo novamente e tive novo aumento de consumo da memória: 6876Mb. Fiz novo teste fechando e abrindo o mesmo arquivo e ficou em 6908Mb. Ou seja, ao fechar o arquivo o photoshop não libera a memória e ao abrir o mesmo arquivo ele consome mais memória ainda.
Isso é normal? Tem como evitar ou não?

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Community Expert , Apr 18, 2024 Apr 18, 2024

That is completely normal and pretty low consumption overall. PS won't release memory until you quit the application.

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That is completely normal and pretty low consumption overall. PS won't release memory until you quit the application.

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Obrigado pela resposta.

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Yes, perfectly normal and as designed. The RAM allocation set in Preferences will - and should - be filled very quickly.

 

Photoshop holds on to memory while open - it's recycled and reused, but not released. This is a huge advantage e.g. when running batches, because it doesn't need to request memory from the operating system for each image it opens. That would slow it down considerably.

 

This is why you shouldn't set RAM allocation too high. Around 70% is optimal.

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