Lorsque je veux appliquer la déformation de perspective, lorsque je clique sur déformation, il se produit un effet de zoom dans l'image qui le rend inutilisable ( voir copies écran jointes)
L'accéleration graphique est activée
j'ai un processeur 19 sur windows 10, ram 64 Go, carte graphique Nvidia FeForce RTX 2070
Pouvez-vous m'aider ? merci
When I want to apply perspective warp tool, when I click on "deformation", there is a zoom effect in the image that makes it unusable. ( see printscreens )
Graphic acceleration is enabled
I have a processor 19 on windows 10, ram 64GB, graphics card Nvidia FeForce RTX 2070
Can you help me ? thank you
The latest Photoshop build has issues with recognizing and using mid-range graphic cards. This would cause this issue. Revert back to a previous build of Photoshop for now until a resolution is posted in an update.
That is the issue. The latest PS build is not recognizing. Sorry "Mid-range" was how it was described to me. Either way the solution from Adobe is to roll back versions.
How is it possible that a graphics card of this level doesn't work with PS? Which graphics card do you recommend?
Will I be able to do the next PS updates?
On the Adobe help page, it says that the NVIDIA GeForce GT 120 card is not recognized by PS, but it is a very old card that no longer exists (card with PCI interface). I have a recent card and it is well recognized by PS because I can activate it in edition, preferences, performance...
Other users have had limited success with other methods, too, like updating their GPU drivers and disabling the basic GPU (in a dual-GPU setup like with laptops) but 100% have had success with just installing the previous version.
I wish I knew what caused it or triggered it because I'm not having the issue yet others with the same exact GPU are.
Yes, I updated the GPU driver, without success, disabling GPU doesn't work because the perpective warp tool is greyed out. Only reverting to the previous version solved my problem effectively.
Thanks for the answer, I've been back to the previous version for a week, and it works