After upgrading from LR5 to CC, I see on two PC's (Win 8, 8.1) that the exporter is creating only a white image with the watermark.
I've see older posts to this topic, and I've tried to export in Library mode, but no luck.
Also enabling/disabling GPU does not make any difference.
If I export 100 images, I have about 5 of these images, randomly distributed.
This has perfectly worked in the LR5.
The anoying thing is that the thumbnail view is correct, so you need to use a image viewer to see which images are bad. I cal already happen in the first few images, so not a problem of "overheating" or something like that.
Any hints or tricks are welcome.
Source: D610-NEF (RAW)
Destination: JPG 80%, watermak, outputsharpening,
export template has been created in LR5
There have been several reports of this occurring for various people, all related to watermarking. The same sort of thing happened with the LR 5.0 version, and presumably Adobe will fix it by the LR 6.1 version.
This is a known bug -- see this bug report in the official Adobe feedback forum: LIGHTROOM CC - Random white images when exporting or publishing. See this post in that thread for a slow workaround: LIGHTROOM CC - Random white images when exporting or publishing. Please add your vote and opinion to the topic to help ensure that Adobe will prioritize a fix. If you follow that topic (or reply to it), you'll be notified of status updates, better workarounds, and fixes.