May 26, 2010

Genuine Fractals goes 64-bit, CS5-native

The hits keep coming:

Owners of Genuine Fractals 6 can download the free update from onOne Software’s website... “My experience with Genuine Fractals running on Photoshop CS5 is that it is considerably faster due to the fact that it now includes 64-bit support,” says Douglas Dubler, a leading fashion, beauty and fine art photographer. “I make big prints, starting at 30×40 and 360 DPI, and so the time savings when I work with these large files is substantial using this newest release. It’s a big advantage.”

Posted by John Nack at 8:55 AM on May 26, 2010

Comments

  • Scott Gilbertson — 6:28 AM on May 27, 2010

    I’m glad that Douglas is able to use GF in CS5, but it (GF 6.0.5) crashes CS5 on my machine, yet works perfectly in CS4. Is anyone else having this problem? ~thx

  • Tim Baigent — 2:22 AM on May 31, 2010

    It doesn’t crash Photoshop for me, but I still get an occasional (relatively graceful) -18004 error, which is to do with bad memory handling.
    The release notes to version 6.0.5 are refreshingly frank:
    “-18004 errors most likely fixed (potentially run out of memory if used enough times in a row)”
    So I still have Gf 5.0.4 running in 32-bit Photoshop. Slower, but never an error.

  • Bret Linford — 5:54 PM on May 31, 2010

    I’ve recently had to blow up some images and used LR 3 b2 to help with the sharpening and noise reduction. It works quite well for one who doesn’t have GF.

  • Tim Baigent — 5:27 PM on June 01, 2010

    A further update, released today, might iron out the remaining wrinkles (though they haven’t changed the release notes).

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