White blocky issue with Lumetri on CUDA/GPU
The issue shows up if I change any setting in Curves, Color Wheels, HSl Secondary, or Vignette.
Build: After Effects Version 17.0.6 (Build 35)
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 10.0.19041
CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz
GPU Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
GPU: GeForce GTX 980 Ti/PCIe/SSE2
GPU Driver: 184.108.40.20612
GPU RAM: 6144MB
GPU Code: 0
CL0: GeForce GTX 980 Ti (100.0%) (GL Interop)
Fast Draft: Available
Texture Memory: 2438.00 MB
Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
Device: GeForce GTX 980 Ti/PCIe/SSE2
Version: 2.1.2 NVIDIA 450.12
Total Memory: 5.95 GB
Shader Model: 4.0 or later
Itam van Teeseling commented
Same problem here.
Didn't try to reproduce the problem with other Lumetri functions yet, but it occurs when I try to add vignetting to my footage.
The problem disappears when switching from CUDA-rendering to software rendering.
Windows 10 v 1909 (build 18363.900)
Geforce GTX 1060 6GB
Intel Core i7 5930K
Nvidia Studio drivers (451.48)
Adobe Premiere (14.3.0 build 38)
Hi! Yeah that's what I tried to do without success. How did you manage to rollback the NVIDIA driver? Did you use GeForce Experience?
贇 张 commented
Hello, if you want to solve this Mosaic problem, rolling back the latest version of NVIDIA's graphics driver 451.8 causes this problem, rolling back to the previous version will solve it perfectly
Omid Pakbin commented
Was this problem solved? I just started having it with my system too.
GPU works fine with everything else including 3rd party plugins. It's only Lumwtri that messes it up.
Same here (see attached pictures), I tested it on multiple files and projects, uninstalled and reinstalled the driver and Premiere Pro, but the problem persists. I also tried to roll-back to a previous Nvidia Studio driver version, but it seems we can't...
I've also noticed that the bug appears when editing the Colors Wheels or the Vignette on Lumetri. Basic corrections works fine.
Here are my specs :
Windows 10 64bits - Up-to-date with Windows updates.
Nvidia Studio Driver - v. 451.48 (GeForce GTX 1070)
Premiere Pro CC - v. 14.3.0 (Build 38) - English (international)
Patrick McWilliams commented
This is what it looks like when applied to a layer in After Effects, but it happens in Premiere Pro as well.