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Cheers Pete Download FEA 184.108.40.2065 (the current version as of this writing) from EFI's Download Center and install it on your IC-308.
As it removes and reinstalls CWS and everything on your Fiery, including the spectro device drivers, it will no doubt fix this.
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Is it more efficient to update the data first in an host-visible buffer and then copy it into an device-local buffer every frame where the gpu has fast access to? Thanks in Advance SH I am not sure, but I think that it depends.
The reason I ask is, this combination (Fiery server running both CPS and Color Care) seems to be problematic--at least lately.By the way, you have to profile it and there is no real answer to this kind of question. One important thing to remember is this: there is no guarantee that the Vulkan implementation will *allow* you to use host-visible UBO memory (see `vk Get Buffer Memory Requirements`).So even if you want to use host-visible memory, you have to be ready to do staging if the hardware doesn't allow you to.It may be that a fairly recent patch is the culprit.My recommendation is to take all of that off to its own computer.It is essential, however, that you use Ctrl-F9 (Cmd-F9 on a Mac) to create the field braces for ; as stated in the link, you can't simply type them or copy them from that page.