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  • Brian Lawson Community moderator

    Brush movement is tracked by the GPU so upgrading your video card will probably give you the most improvement in performance.

    Also, be sure you have your video card drivers and the system graphics settings configured properly as described in https://on1help.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000551608--OpenGL-3-3-and-Later-is-Required-How-to-Update-Video-Card-Driver-Windows-Only-Photo-RAW.

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  • Rick Sammartino Community moderator

    Not a solution to the problem, but here is a tip to draw steady lines.

    Use the SHIFT key. Click your brush at a starting point and hold the shift key while clicking the next point. It will draw a straight line. For curves, just keep clicking short lines around the curve.

     

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  • David Kick

    Greg, what GPU are you currently using?

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  • Greg Edwards

    Thanks everyone. Am currently using a NVIDIA  Geforce GTX 10/900 series David.

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  • David Kick

    Greg the exact model # of your GPU would be helpful we can then take a look at the specs of it and give better advice.

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  • Greg Edwards

    Hi it's a NVIDIA Ge Force GTX 1050 TI.

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  • David Kick

    Greg, the 1050Ti has 4 GB of Vram so you should be good there.

    If you have set your video card up in Windows as per the link Brian provided above you can also try editing your Preferences and turning on "Fast Preview" if it is off and try turning down "Video Card Strength".

    Page 240 of the user guide describes how each of these work.

    https://on1help.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/206373527-ON1-User-Guides  

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