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Unable to render timelapse in Photoshop

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Jul 03, 2020

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Hello all! I need a little help. I have a timelapse sequence of around 800 jpegs. I am able to import the entire sequence fine, yet when I click "render video" I get a spinning wheel and... nothing else. Eventually PS simply closes itself. I've tried disabling my GPU and reinstalling graphics drivers to no avail. I'm able to make timelapses in Premiere, but PS is so much quicker usually. 

 

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CPU - i7 9700 8 core 8 threads

GPU - Radeon 5700XT

16gb DDR4 ram

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Unable to render timelapse in Photoshop

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Hello all! I need a little help. I have a timelapse sequence of around 800 jpegs. I am able to import the entire sequence fine, yet when I click "render video" I get a spinning wheel and... nothing else. Eventually PS simply closes itself. I've tried disabling my GPU and reinstalling graphics drivers to no avail. I'm able to make timelapses in Premiere, but PS is so much quicker usually. 

 

Specs -

CPU - i7 9700 8 core 8 threads

GPU - Radeon 5700XT

16gb DDR4 ram

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What software are you using on that machine system and application device drivers versions?

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Jul 04, 2020

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Photoshop 21.2, Windows 10 Version 10.0.18363 Build 18363. Using latest Radeon 5700 XT drivers May update.

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What are dimensions of your JPEG files? I believe there is problem with memory because you have too many images and only 16GB of RAM. If I understand you correctly then you have loaded/imported 800 files into application.

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The files are 12mp, I've done this many times before on a much lower specced machine just fine, memory reports 40% free during the operation.

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It's 16gb btw.

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UPDATE - Since I was unable to find any fixes here, I ended up exchanging the Radeon 5700XT for an Nvidia 2070 Super. Adobe doesn't play nice with AMD graphics cards when you're on PC apparently. Immediately after installing the Nvidia card all of my weird little problems with Photoshop and Premiere went away. Word of caution for folks thinking of getting an AMD graphics card - their Adobe bugs often aren't ironed out quickly.

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