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Bug report: Freezed Filmgrain on Apple Silicone

PostWed Jul 28, 2021 9:05 pm

Hi,

I got a strange and annoying bug with Filmgrain node in Apple Silicone native mode. The grain looks OK between frames 1-47, but after 47 it freezes out. Well if I start Fusion in Rosetta mode, then Filmgrain works as it should.
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Re: Bug report: Freezed Filmgrain on Apple Silicone

PostThu Jul 29, 2021 3:43 am

Can you post a link to resolve generated logs and a drp?
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Re: Bug report: Freezed Filmgrain on Apple Silicone

PostThu Jul 29, 2021 6:54 am

Hi Peter,

thank you for quick reply.
I'm not familiar with generating logs so if you would tell me what to press I definitely will.
I found this bug in standalone Fusion. Therefore I checked Fusion tab in Resolve and bug unfortunately persist there. And another fun fact: it's not linked to particular frame number just the "magic" length of 47 frames.
My frame range in standalone Fusion begins from 1 and Filmgrain stuck at frame 47 (48 is the same pattern as 47 and so on).
Frame range in Resolve is set from 0 and Filmgrain stuck at frame 46 (47 is the same as 46).
You can easily reproduce this -- just add Filmgrain node and try it after frame 46-47 (mine is freeze). But at the same time the Grain node (not a Filmgrain) is working OK.
This is all in Apple Silicone native mode only.
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Re: Bug report: Freezed Filmgrain on Apple Silicone

PostFri Aug 20, 2021 6:44 am

This is still not fixed in 17.3 :(
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Re: Bug report: Freezed Filmgrain on Apple Silicone

PostSat Sep 04, 2021 10:50 am

It's still not fixed in 17.3.1 build 6 1 Sep
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Re: Bug report: Freezed Filmgrain on Apple Silicone

PostFri Oct 08, 2021 6:32 pm

Still not fixed in 17.3.2 build 10...
Are you guys planning to fix this issue or what?
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Re: Bug report: Freezed Filmgrain on Apple Silicone

PostFri Oct 22, 2021 8:45 pm

New release 17.4 is cool. Long awaited Open Type support and everything...
But the dead film grain problem is still persist. Are you guys kidding us?

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Re: Bug report: Freezed Filmgrain on Apple Silicone

PostWed Oct 27, 2021 8:15 pm

Confirmed!
FimlGrain node (old Fusion film grain) freezes after 47 frames in Fusion Studio and after 9 frames in Davinci Resolve Studio (version 17.4) :cry:
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Re: Bug report: Freezed Filmgrain on Apple Silicone

PostSun Oct 31, 2021 8:14 pm

v17.4.1 Bug is in place :(
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Re: Bug report: Freezed Filmgrain on Apple Silicone

PostThu Nov 18, 2021 1:08 pm

v17.4.2

Thanks for fixing small but annoying problems with Wacom. Really appreciate.

BUT the filmgrain bug still in place. Anybody going to fix that in this century?

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