2019.5 In Win10.... Turn On High Performance
Not sure if this has been brought up but a new thread highlighting it might be a good idea.
As mentioned in this thread by Adam 2
Turning on 'High Performance' in Win10 ...Classic Control Panel......Power Options....check 'High Performance' rather than the default 'Balanced'.
This worked for me....edited 4 RAW images fairly heavily [that previously were producing problems] with smooth results.
Since you're mentioning it, I might as well post the tips we collected while dealing with 2019.2. I don't know yet if all of these apply to 2019.5 but I suspect most of them still do:
Check that GPU driver is up to date
Make sure GPU is set for On1 to use it
In Win 10 Graphics Settings/Options make sure High Performance is selected for On1.
Remove any On1 folders from the path of your Antivirus
Close the left panel while editing to prevent the previews updating constantly
Turn off cataloging: Remove everything from the catalog and work directly off of your drives.
If it's an option, move your cache to a fast drive.
File > Edit > Preferences > Files(Tab) > UNCHECK Apply Lens correction automatically to RAW photos1
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