Shake reduction died [PS 2020]

New Here ,
Jul 31, 2022 Jul 31, 2022

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Hi all. New to the forum but...

I've been running PS2020 (21.2.2) with no issues using i3-4150, 8GB RAM. Recently upgraded to i5-4590 and now the Shake Reduction tool has become so slow as to be unusable. With the i3 CPU shake reduction at standard settings on a 24mp image would take around 12-15 seconds. With the i5 CPU (which Dell list as fully compatible with motherboard and the rest of the system) it is taking 30+ minutes for the same process, with task manager showing the CPU maxed out at 100%.

Any help much appreciated, thank you. 

 

 

[Photoshop version added by moderator so this thread won't get merged with the primary thread. This is a different issue.]

 

 

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jul 31, 2022 Jul 31, 2022

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The title »Shake reduction died....« may be more relevant than you meant. 

Shake Reduction has been removed in the current version of Photoshop. 

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/reduce-camera-shake-induced-blurring.html

 

And did the Filter not rely on the GPU rather than the CPU? 

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Thanks. I am still using PS2020 so the filter being removed is not the issue. In the Preferences>Perfomance tab the graphics card is detected and the box to use it is ticked (card is GeForce GT710, 2GB). However, having run the filter again and opened task manager I have discovered that while CPU usage is maxed out, GPU usage is 0%. I'm just a bit confused that upgrading to a slightly better CPU, with no other changes, has renedered a previously excellent filter unusable 😞 Device manager reports CPU and graphics card as working properly and with the most up-to-date drivers installed.

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Hi have you tried resetting preferences.

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/preferences.html

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