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Photoshop Corrupts The Image While Saving

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Apr 21, 2024 Apr 21, 2024

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I had a set of 70 images and removed their backgrounds in Photoshop by setting an action beforehand. After completing the task, I noticed that Photoshop ruined 15 of them, just like in the example image. The remaining 55 images are ok. Any recommendation? Thank you.

 

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Apr 21, 2024 Apr 21, 2024

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Were you saving to a local drive or a network drive?

 

Did you overwrite the originals, or save new files? Do you have access to a backup of the originals?

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Thank you for your response. Yes, the action overwrote the original files and I don't have any backup files. I saved them to local folder. I'm not complaining about the Photoshop. 15 files were corrupted, so be it. I'm just trying to figure out the reason, maybe the Devs will patch it later on. 

Here is the overall problem environment:

My PC has 32GB RAM, Nvidia Gforce 1660 Ti, studio driver installed. 

Yesterday I updated the graphic driver, upon successful update, I kept working, didn't restart the PC. I had around 10 more files opened in the Photoshop. I stopped working, left the PC, It went to sleep. The next day, I woke the PC up and kept working. 

The action is (after I select the image); invert selection, expand 2PX, unlock the layer, delete the background, trim, resize, save.

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