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PhotoShop Elements 9 could not fill up borders of panoramaphoto automatically (not enough RAM)

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May 18, 2021 May 18, 2021

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After a panorama photo was created from 6 photos in PhotoShop Elements 9,  I checked a message to automatically fill up the borders of the panorama image . Then a message appeared:

"Could not fill up because there is not enough memory (RAM)"
In my Windows 10 PC there is 16 Gb installed.
Under Edit-Prefences -Performance- Speed- Memory Usage of PSE 9,
I saw that the Memory Slider was fully set to the right side and
showed a maximum possible RAM of 3255 Mb.
I relaunched PSE 9 and made the same panoramaphoto.
Again "Could not fill up because there is not enough memory (RAM)".

Then I let do the same job , same photos byPhotoShop Elements 2020.
This program came with a Script Alert "Some photos cannot be aligned".
Result: No Panoramaphoto.

PSE 9
has the best credentials. How can I free up more memory for PSE9?
Any idea?

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May 18, 2021 May 18, 2021

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Since pse 9 is a 32 bit program it can only use a maximum of around 3.2 gb of ram, where as a

64 bit program like pse 2020 can use just about all the ram your computer has.

 

In pse 2020 did you try some of the other options besides Auto Panorama?

 

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May 19, 2021 May 19, 2021

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The restricted use of memory by PSE9 is clear to me now.
Thank you for your information.

Meanwhile I have received a private message in the Adobe Support Community community
to be able to send an e-mail directly to the Adobe Customer Care Team ( I'm doing so)
concerning the issue I have in Pse 2020 ("Script Alert "Some photos cannot be aligned" )

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May 19, 2021 May 19, 2021

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Meanwhile I have received a private message in the Adobe Support Community community
to be able to send an e-mail directly to the Adobe Customer Care Team ( I'm doing so)


By @Stinze5D34

Please see here:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/using-the-community/avoid-phishing-3-easy-ways-to-identify-adobe-staf...

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May 19, 2021 May 19, 2021

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Hi Peru Bob,

Thank you so much! I have not responded that mentioned e-mail ending on
@outlook.com!
I have taken note of the content of your link and used the "Report button"
as well as phishing@adobe.com to forward the phishing mail.
Thanks once more!

Kees

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May 19, 2021 May 19, 2021

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Yeah don't respond to that message because it's fake, that is it's not from adobe.

 

If an adobe employyee wanted to contact you, most likely they would just post in this thread and answer your question or let you know they were sending you a private message

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Hi Jeff Arola,

Thank you very much! I have not responded that mentioned e-mail ending on
@outlook.com!
I have taken note of the content of the link sent by Peru Bob and thank him
for that.
I have forwarded the phishing mail to phishing@adobe.com.

Now my reaction on your question:
*In pse 2020 did you try some of the other options besides Auto Panorama?*
I have tried several things in response to that Script Alert Message.
I have running pse2020 on two platforms. One on a Windows 10 PC and one on
a Windows 10 laptop. Both platforms have the same version of pse2020 and
Windows 10 with the last updates.
On the laptop automerging to a panorama with the six photos worked flawless!
I repeated the automerging several times on that laptop. All perfect
panoramas.
There were no special settings used besides Auto Panorama.
Only the setting Blend Images Together is checked.

Only on the pc the Script Alert Message popped up. Also with two photos
(as a minimum).
As I did the operation on the laptop I did the same operations on the pc as
follows.
- 1 -
I launched pse2020. I opened the two images. I selected both images. I
clicked on the Photomerge tab ("With Instructions") and then I clicked the
Photomerge Panorama icon.
The two images are loaded and showed on the screen of pse2020. Finally I
clicked the button Create Panorama. After 5 seconds the Script Alert
message popped up. I clicked Ok on the Message and then clicked the Panoram
Finish button. The result is a 1x1 pixel image.

Without closing pse2020 I repeated the same operations as in - 1 -.
Now everything ran smoothly. A perfect panorama image as on the laptop.

Without closing pse2020 I repeated the same operations as in - 1 - again.
Script Alert message popped up. The result is a 1x1 pixel image.

Without closing pse2020 I repeated the same operations as in - 1 - again.
Now everything ran smoothly. A perfect panorama image as on the laptop.
Etc.

Conclusion: First result, third, fifth, seventh results give Script Alert
message and a 1x1 pixel image. Second fourth sixth etc. results give a
perfect image.

I have uninstalled pse2020 (same version as before) , answered No on the
question to remove the Notifications, Warnings, Interface settings and
other Preferences and the Organizer. I have again downloaded and installed
them.

I launched pse2020. Same result as above. 1,3,5,... result not OK.
2,4,6... result OK

Hardware System info PC :

Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz 3.50 GHz
RAM

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