- OpenVINO processing now supports the new Intel Tiger Lake CPU
- A Photoshop plugin tutorial has been added to the tutorials section
- Zoom button has been updated
- When using OpenVINO, the program should no longer crash on certain machines. If OpenVINO reports an error, Gigapixel will automatically disable OpenVINO use and fall back to basic CPU processing.
- Face detection should no longer cause crashes on certain machines
- When auto-update preview is turned off, the preview panel should no longer update when switching view modes
- Calibration crashes on some machines when testing OpenVINO availablity. If you know you have a discrete GPU in your device, then manually turn that on for best results. OpenVINO will stay disabled.
We’ve noticed a higher-than-average crash rate with NVidia users in particular. Most of these are due to out-of-date drivers. To fix this, you’ll need to update your driver through NVidia GeForce or through the NVidia website.
If you’re on the latest driver, you’ll need to switch to the Game Ready Driver in NVidia GeForce. You can find out how to do this on the NVidia website.
If you’re still having issues with crashing, please let me know. We’ve upgraded one of our 3rd-party libraries in this update (Tensorflow specifically) and that’s what causing this. We’ll have a fix out soon that will prevent the crashing.