I have already tried to fool the system by editing the txt file that holds the graphics name, but it didn't work. I suspect that it's because of the Keppler technology. How should I proceed to obtain this CUDA/multithreading support? I have already submitted a request months ago. Thank you.
You need to install the 11.0.2 update to use any Kepler card.
If you want your specific card to be added to the list of cards that After Effects will use for GPU acceleration of the ray-traced 3D renderer, you can submit a feature request:
You say that you've already done so, which is good. We go in order of which items are requested most. This one hasn't been requested most (yet).
Hi Todd, you are right, I already submitted a feature request. The problem is that the version is, too, updated to 11.0.2 for several months by now, and this (now old) Keppler card is still not being recognized. Adobe released the news that this same exact card is already recognized in Ae CC version. How to do it in regular offline Ae version? I need to work with it in very complex hundred of hours renders. Months of waiting already passed by. Do you have any trick or tip to solve it immediately? Thank you.
Show me where you've seen an announcement that this card will be used by After Effects CC (12.0) for GPU acceleration of the ray-traced 3D renderer. I need to correct anyone spreading such misinformation.
Hi Todd, I've found this link
but reading it carefully, it only mentions Premiere Pro. I supposed that, once Adobe gives support to a graphis card in Premiere, it would be also applied to Ae, sorry.
Anyway, I use Premiere too and need the GTX 675MX support to the regular Pr program, as to Ae. Thank you in advance for any support given.
Todd, after upgrading the NVIDIA driver, I tried again to change the raytracer_supported_cards.txt, putting the name of the above graphics card and it worked! Ae began to recognize the card after rebooting. The trick was also moving the txt file to another folder because changes weren't accepted in the original folder. I felt compelled to share this to close this issue as resolved and, maybe, to help any other person that might be going through the same problem. Thank you!