Hi Daniel (Forum),
- Open LR
- Now open preferences - performance and uncheck use graphics processor and then restart LR
- Now please check if the Display issue in the develop module is fixed or not(If that is what you meant.)
- To install LR 6 (previous version) use the link below
Thank you, I've unchecked use graphics processor and restarted. It works ... for a while, that means that the display is quick and consistent, but it becomes longer and not consistent after five or six directory changing ... Then it takes one minute to get consistent display again.
And I've got a quite high-performance graphic processor (NVIDIA GeForce GT 750MOpenGL Engine) : isn't it strange that I have to disable the use graphic processor ?
Then, LR is still writing meta datas modifications : why ? What to do for ?
Thank you ! I'll try this afternoon and I keep you informed : )
- There are indeed a lot o issues with this new version of LR, try updating the drivers of your graphics card please check this thread
Thank you, I am going to try.
I am also trying to set some preferences ("mémoire cache" - cache memory ? - for instance) ... Trying to purge the memory has make LR crash ... I can't even quit.
I was heard LR 6 will not be updated any more with new material. As far as I am going to buy a new lense ... I'm afraid I will have to take LR CC.
But with such results of the new version I think I will buy DXO Pro, and for good abandon LR and Adobe and their marketing policy.
Or may be abandon LR, install Photoshop as I intended to do ... with the same marketing policy ?
Thank you very much to all for your answers.
As mentioned by the staff member, there are several issue with LR 6 version 6.2.1 (at least, on my Mac Book OS X Yosemite 10.10.5)
There are several suggested solutions ... I'm not sure that some of them are efficient.
At the end, I've re-installed LR 6 version 6.1.1 ... all is ok, it works quickly and reliable ... I'm an happy man !!
Except I've been heard that this version (and the version 6 anyway) will not be updated with new material (camera and lenses) ... Will I pay for the CC version ... ?
Your information is not entirely correct.
The standalone version (LR6) does get bug-fixes, new lens profiles as well as new camera profiles.
What the CC version (LR CC2015) gets exclusively are new features like the Dehaze tool for instance as they are released, while the standalone version will probably have to wait for LR7 to get this new features.
Thank you very much, it's a pretty good new for me : )
Lightroom 6.3/CC 2015.3 is now available -- try updating to that version which includes the previous import functionality, bug fixes, and new camera/lens profile support: Lightroom CC 2015.3 / 6.3 now available
Thank you very much !
I've just bought a new lens, and indeed I'am wondering how I could get this new lens profile into my applications.
As far as I've installed Photoshop CC, and as far as this lens profile is already included in Camera Raw, of course I can developp the pictures with Camera Raw.
As far as I would like to work with my current version of LR (standalone version), I have to know how I can load the new lens profile : what is the procedure ?
Of course I could install the very last version of LR (standalone version 6.3?), hoping all the problems of the 6.2 are solved.
But the best way would be, probably, to install the very last LR CC version (which is included in my CC pack for photographers) : it would be quite logical, isn't it ?
And this is what Adobe wants ...
So I will choose the last option ... may be ... But franckly I would prefer to keep going with the current version of LR, because all is working perfectly well, including interfaces with external modules !! And I'm fed up with working two days on my computer when upgrading an application !! : )
Last news : ... this new lens (Nikon 24-70mm VR) is not in the list of the new profiles included in the LR6 version 6.3 ... whereas it's already in Camera Raw ... I will check with somebody who has installed the 6.3 ... : (
This lens was added in LR6.2
Thank you !
And I suppose that the only way to get the new profiles is to update a new LR version.
Yes, you need to update to the new LR that is LR 6.3, which has all the new lens profiles.
Check this link - Lightroom CC 2015.3 / 6.3 now available
As Phil has said, the lens profile was added in LR 6.2, so updating to 6.3 will provide you access to this lens (Nikon 24-70mm VR) as well as to the new profiles added.