photo editing freeze macbook pro late 2012

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  1. 2011myzen, Dec 24, 2013
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    2011myzen macrumors newbie

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    I am doing a lot of photo editing- the specs on my mbp late 2012 15" are: MacBookPro9,1, Intel Core i7, 2.7 GHz, 16 GB, 1tb sata hd unused space 999
    I store all photos on external storage, 160 seagate, and 1 tb passport. I have been using Macphun's software: Intensify, Snap Heal, Photo Studio and Adobe Photoshop Elements 6- upgrading to 12 today.
    The problem: When editing larger areas I get the spinning wheel then the system freezes. I just upgraded my Ram thinking it would help, it does not. This started a little while ago, also, I could be editing an area and all of a sudden the pixels degrade and turn colors on the entire image. I have to reset before I can go one and save. Any insight???? Should I post this on a photo based forum?? Thanks
     
  2. Coupz macrumors regular

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    First: never post your serial number in a public forum! No one needs your serial number to help you.
    Second: if you're working with really big pictures, your hdd could be the part that needs longer.
    I'm not sure, because I'm using SSDs since 3 or 4 years and never had such issues with my Macs.
     
  3. Apple fanboy macrumors P6

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    What sort of photos are you editing? Are they RAW files? What are you shooting with?
    I shoot Nikon with a similar aged iMac and can edit no issue in LightRoom 5. I get the odd beach ball in DXO, but only for a few seconds.
     
  4. Consultant macrumors G5

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    Seems that your external drives are too slow.
    Copy the files to internal drive and test.

    You can also contact software maker for support.
     
  5. 2011myzen thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Shooting wth nikon d90

    Some are raw but they are converted first, most are JPEG. Since I just upgraded my memory maybe it will be resolved. Thanks
    Thanks
    I posted the ss in error copy and pasting. For the person who mentioned it.



     
  6. OxyM macrumors newbie

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    to 2011myzen

    Was the issue resolved?
    If not, you could contact Macphun support guys at support@macphun.com and send some of the photos you're trying to edit for testing.
     

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