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Performance issues with brushes and filters

thegios

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Lightroom Classic version: 9.2 [ 202001311240-2d026470 ]
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Windows 10
I'm having a lot of performance issues when using brushes and filers (radial or linear).

Specs of my computer:
- OS: Windows 10
- CPU: i7 7700HQ 2.8GHz
- RAM: 32GB
- Disk: SSD PCIe 256GB
- GPU: Nvidia GeForce 1050Ti 4GB
- Screen: 15" 4K

LR is set to full GPU acceleration and 20GB of cache, and cache is set as the exact same folder of the catalog.

Not sure if it's the 4K display or the only 4GB of GPU RAM, but using brushes and filters is very choppy: unless I move the mouse very very very ... very slowly, using a brush or changing the radial filter shape/size is almost impossible as on screen LR cannot cope with my mouse movements.
 

thegios

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yes, but Adobe suggest to make lens correction firstmost

  1. spot corrections
  2. Geometry corrections (lens correction included)
  3. Global corrections (exposure, white balance, hue saturation)
  4. Local corrections (filters, brushes)
  5. detailed corrections (noise reduction, contrast)
 

thegios

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So does that mean, "Yes" turning off lens corrections did help system response?
ops sorry, no I meant "YES LENS CORRECTION IS ON" and it's the very first thing I do, as suggested by Adobe.
But I will try with correction off, althiugh this does not make sense: lens correction also removes vignetting and you wanna do this before anything else
 
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