I sometimes have issues with bridge updating the cache. So images look pixelated in bridge. I notice after i shut down than resatrt it usually starts to work.
This is a persistent issue which has has been resistant to cache emptying, restarting Bridge, replacing Bridge with a new copy and repeating the same with Photoshop.
This is an update to my earlier post on 28 November. My problem still remains: when Tiff files are Saved As Jpegs they become grainy and pixelated. I have recently observed that this problem does not occur if the Tiff file is saved to Jpeg inside an Action which includes a Save As command at the end of the action.
I also note that when the file is Saved As to Jpeg, the Save As Jpeg dialogue box shows a flashing black line alongside the slider for 'Small File ___________Large File' as shown in the attached screen shot. This flashing black line should not be there. The flashing line does not appear when the Save As command is generated within the Action. This all seems bizarre. Any observations appreciated.
Can you please update to the latest version of Bridge CC (188.8.131.52) and purge cache for files that are causing problem.
Please let us know if you still face any issues.
Thank you very much for your response. I updated to the latest version of Bridge CC (184.108.40.206) and:
- purged the Bridge CC cache for a .tiff file
- opened the .tiff file in Photoshop CC
- saved the .tiff file directly as a .jpeg file
- then, in Bridge CC, compared the the two files.
The .tiff file appears clean and entirely satisfactory but the .jpeg appears as before, grainy and pixelated. Can I send you a zipped/compressed folder with the two files inside so that you can see the problem?
All best wishes
Thanks for your response. I have sent you a zipped folder via Apple Mail Drop which contains the .tiff image file and the .jpeg image file to which I referred in message 5 above. Please let me know if there are any difficulties with the Mail Drop. Thanks again.
All best wishes