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I'm running Photoshop CS6 64-bit on my Windows 7 desktop computer. It has 16gigs of ram, quad core intel i-7 4.1ghz chip, and gforce 680 GTX video card. When trying to open a 300mb .psd file it takes my computer ~5-10 minutes and then if I drag anything on the screen it's very choppy and slow. What can I do to improve the performance? I don't have a SSD yet, I'm wondering if that will improve the performance in photoshop?
A friend of mine just sent me this video of the new Cintiq 24 HD Touch from Wacom. This looks amazing and definitely if you're into designing this is going to catch your interest. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0LHkHAHWEPk&feature=player_embedded I think it's great and innovative, giving digital graphic design a more personal touch, which in my opinion can become something extremely important and great. Just felt some of you here could enjoy it as well. Hopefully I was right, hehe.
Looks like in the next release of Photoshop (CS6) you can magically move around any object In your photos. I'm anxious to give this a try. From the video you can see the new clone-stamp like content-ware fill, which allows you to define a part of the image as a source to easily erase anything from an image. This should be a huge timesaver, but what is even more amazing is using the same technology to move any object around the image. You can skip to the 1:00 mark to see how it works. In CS5 this could have taken hours to accomplish, in the new version, a matter of seconds. http://youtu.be/UrlsnQ32YhY This post has been promoted to an article This post has been promoted to an article