What version of Photoshop are you running?
Sounds like the file contains animation.
This usually happens with 3DS files where they have a 0,0,0 origin *even* with files "no animation."
Would it be possible to share the file (via Dropbox or Creative Cloud) so we could inspect it following your workflow steps?
I have same problem. When I create object in Photoshop - for example Cube Wrap all is ok until I activate animation. After that object starts to jump to different locations. What's more - sometimes parts of the object are displayed still in the original location.
I use Photoshop CC, card is GeForce GT540M/PCIe/SSE2 with updated driver, system is windows 7 with all updates.
Below is screenshot of oddly displayed 3d box wrap. It was supposed to sit in the middle of the grid as on the next screenshot, made before turning on animation stopwatch.
I'll add that I have exactly the same issue on Sony Vaio with Radeon 6470M
It does not work on Mac either. It's not a hardware problem, it's a Photoshop CC 2014-only thing.
I'm using a battery of 10 27"-iMacs with Fusion Drives and stuff, a newer 5K iMac with an SSD and a badass Mac Pro with dual AMD FirePro D500, a huge 1To SSD and 16 Go of RAM. So hardware shouldn't be an issue, should it?
I'm still running Photoshop CC (not 2014) and Photoshop CS6 on older Macs and there is no problem with 3D animations on those.
Please Adobe do something about it !
Is there a solution yet?I am having the very same issue
Problem fixed in Photoshop CC 2015.
Funnily enough I discovered that last night.... strangely it seems that it didn't render a moving video...
Will try again