3 Replies Latest reply on May 6, 2013 3:23 AM by nielsvandepas

    3D rendering CS6 results in grey box in upper-left corner




      I recently found out about the 3D features in Photoshop and I started to experiment with them. I've created some nice extrusions. However, when I try to start the render of my current project, it waits a short while and then continues on rendering the rest of the image, leaving a grey box in the upper-left corner. When I zoom in, I can see that the texture is in place and the box starts at the border of the 3D object, not at the border of the image. I'm running Windows 7 Home Premium x64, Intel i5-2430M (2.4 GHz), nVidia GeForce GT555M (1 GB) and 8 GB of RAM. I've rendered my other projects successfully with the same settings (all highest quality, though very slow). Could this possibly be a bug in the software, is it an error of mine or is this 3D document just irrenderable?


      Thanks in advance


      Edit: after re-inspecting the area, I've come to the conclusion that it isn't the texture what's shown. In editing mode, there is no grey box but the actual image.


      Screenshot of upper-left corner:



      Message was edited by: NVDPas