Try this. Go into Preferences and change it from CPU to GPU or vice versa.Plugs,
Image was processed using Capture One Pro from a Phase One sensor of 80 MP. Raw/processed should be irrelevent with respect to output sharpening.
Whatever is causing the crash is NOT this image because the program crashes for me with any other images I attempt to process, even with TIFFs I processed with LR/PS 15 years ago from a D70.
At least I stopped it crashing!Grow,
Here is the note I just sent to Topaz regarding my program crash:
From a suggestion I received from a fellow Nikon Cafe member, I tried Sharpen AI with graphics card assistance turned OFF. The program did not crash, but did not appear to do anything to the image as before and after split view showed no changes - I turned noise suppression off and ran Sharpen at 50, same for Stabilize and Focus. In addition to that, the program seemed to cycle much more quickly than previous version of Sharpen AI which took a couple of minutes to do its processing (which used graphic card accelation).
I am willing to send you a copy of my image for testing. Right now it is sitting in Dropbox, so if you send me an e-mail address, I will "invite" you to grab a copy. It is about 480 MB, to way too big to go out through my mail server.
That's the trashcan Mac, right? I wonder if the specs are just too old (?). I also use a 2013 MacBook Air but this test will probably lock me up for too long ;-)The rock pile just above the trees (just to right of of center) is noticeably sharper in yours. Mine still crashes, even with other photos. With no hardware acceleration sharpen does nothing visible, even at 400%
2013 MacPro, 2 graphics cards (middle grade of three that were offered), 64 GB physical memory.