Using Super Resolution via Automator results in white image

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2021-01-31 14:00:35

Hi,
I'm trying to automate the task of upgrading a web image (saved locally on the Mac) to a higher resolution version with Super Resolution ML feature via an Automator action. The end result is always a white image.

Are you experiencing the same?

I'm running on a M1-based Mac mini

Thanks
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2021-01-31 17:53:54

Me to lost graphics in bulk the third time round realizing these became padded white images only.
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2021-01-31 18:01:35

Just rebuilt an automator with no ML Res increase and did the file copy first to the desktop. It works fine. Add ML Res increase...padded white files again. Something with the ML function appears to be at fault.

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2021-02-01 08:57:29

Hey guys, we're looking into it! Christopher, are you also using an M1 Mac?
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2021-02-01 12:44:47

Update: We've just fixed this internally – the update should be out in a day or two. Apologies for the inconvenience!
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2021-02-01 18:56:57

Yes I am using a mac Mini M1 model. But it happens on my Intel iMac 2017 27" unit as well. Image
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2021-02-02 17:43:10

by Christopher Fugle Yes I am using a mac Mini M1 model. But it happens on my Intel iMac 2017 27" unit as well. Image
Are you still able to reproduce this using version 2.0.5?
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2021-02-03 01:37:27

Issue fixed for me! Thanks!
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2021-02-03 09:17:51

Me too You folks are amazing!
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2021-02-03 15:09:19

Yay, a happy ending!