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Lightroom blurs photo while dragging sliders?

 
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Feb 26, 2010 14:27 |  #1

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Feb 27, 2010 01:08 |  #2

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What "Previews" are you rendering on Import? Minimal? Standard? 1:1?

AFAIK, if you aren't using 1:1, the image has to "re-draw" itself after each adjustment.


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Feb 27, 2010 09:04 |  #3

shomat wrote in post #9688673 (external link)
Anything I can do to fix this?

There's nothing to fix - as FlyingPhotog says it's just the software redrawing the preview to include the changes you've made with the slider.

Every converter I've got does the same thing, and it's most noticeable at large views.




  
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Feb 28, 2010 20:48 |  #4

I generate 1:1 previews on import. I don't think I've ever seen this happen before... maybe I just didn't notice.




  
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Mar 01, 2010 13:18 |  #5

shomat wrote in post #9703161 (external link)
maybe I just didn't notice.

That might be the case ;)


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Mar 01, 2010 13:24 |  #6

Lightroom has to re-draw the preview whenever you change things -- that's probably what you are noticing.


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Mar 01, 2010 19:34 |  #7

it doesnt bug me. as long as it goes back to normal when i stop it. ;)


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Mar 29, 2012 18:40 |  #8

I think if you upgrade your Atari or Commodore 64 to a Windows 186 processor, your problem will be solved. Oh, but maybe a car with four tires would be a better purchase first. :lol: ;)




  
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Mar 29, 2012 18:48 |  #9

MDJAK wrote in post #14177386 (external link)
I think if you upgrade your Atari or Commodore 64 to a Windows 186 processor, your problem will be solved. Oh, but maybe a car with four tires would be a better purchase first. :lol: ;)

Hmm...it looks like we need the combined wisdom of Sam and Chet in this thread, but I ain't callin' 'em.


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Mar 29, 2012 22:34 |  #10

What?


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Mar 29, 2012 23:22 |  #11

Chet wrote in post #14178541 (external link)
What?

Heh! Chet, somehow I'm not surprised that you showed up:)!


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Mar 30, 2012 06:36 |  #12

MDJAK wrote in post #14177386 (external link)
I think if you upgrade your Atari or Commodore 64 to a Windows 186 processor, your problem will be solved. Oh, but maybe a car with four tires would be a better purchase first. :lol: ;)

One of the dangers of resurrecting a thread - it becomes a zombie, eats your brains and causes you to post nonsense.


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Mar 30, 2012 08:50 |  #13

I'd have to have a brain for it to be eaten. Not determined yet. :lol:




  
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Mar 30, 2012 09:05 |  #14

MDJAK wrote in post #14180178 (external link)
I'd have to have a brain for it to be eaten. Not determined yet. :lol:

Don't you have a hand for a brain? You are but a cookie loving puppet.


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Mar 30, 2012 10:42 |  #15

Hmm, something's missing here...

Ah, right, Sam hasn't shown up!


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