I guess i jumped the guns too soon on the CS6 upgrade (from CS5.5 Production Premium) as I've discovered quite a major issue with one of the selling points of this product.
The issue is with After Effects CS6, as enabling Layer Cache Indicators is not available. You can only select to show the global cache indicators (thats the render blue/green line on top of all the layers), but i really wanted to see the render bar for each of the layers, which was heavily advertized upon release of CS6.
Adobe, you have to fix this asap, release an update. This feature is available in CS5.5 (I've checked) but no where can i find to enable it in CS6.
Can you please take a printscreen or something? I really don't find it in CS6 and here is the only place I have found any instruction about it for cs6.
EDIT: Oh, sorry... i saw now that this was for windows and I'm on a Mac, but maybe you still know where to find it?
Thanks! The way to do it on Mac was to go the the menu and press "show global cache indicators" while holding CMD and you would activate Layer Cache Indicators. (Leaving this information if an other Mac user would find this). Thanks!
Wow really Todd???? Then whats with all the fuss around the layer cache at NAB2012? So far i havent notices any performance drop, but i dont enable it all the time, just to see which layers have been cached already and i turn it off when working. What other features would you recommend that would improve performance in the whole Production Premium CS6 suit?