This card is integrated on my computer and I don't want to have to purchase a whole new computer to enjoy the ray tracing feature. Is it possible and how? I'm workng with an imac withe a 2.5 GHz Intel Core i5. Multicore 64 bit processor. Please help!
GPU acceleration of the ray-traced 3D renderer requires CUDA and therefore an NVIDIA card.
See this page for details:
Actually, I found a thread on Video CoPilot referencing you My understanding now is that AMD Radeon does have a relationship with CS6, but it requires at least 1gig of RAM and the AMD Radeon HD 6750 installed on imacs only have 512MB. So I'm pretty much out of luck with my current set up. Now I'm shopping around for a PC that can work with it because they are by far less expensive than mac's.
"According to Adobe's spec page, and Todd Kopriva (Adobe employee on the adobe forums), there are only two AMD cards that are supported for CS6,.. the Radeon HD 6750M and Radeon HD 6770M. But here is the tricky part.... just like the nvidia cards, the AMD cards have to have at least 1GB of RAM. The HD 6770M in the iMac only has 512MB of RAM, which means it wont work. The other 27" iMac that has a 1GB card wont work either, because its a HD 6970, which isnt supported.
So right now Apple only has two machines that meet the OpenCL requirements for CS6.... the 15" and 17" Macbook Pro's."
It says it is compatible with the latest features in after effects:
"AMD empowers unprecedented performance to invigorate artists and encourage experimentation with GPU-powered compositing and animation in Adobe After Effects. Unleash your full creativity and see results in real time with AMD and the latest features in Adobe After Effects"
Have you actually read the full page??? Any raytracing here???
AMD boosts a variety of Adobe After Effects GPU-accelerated features:
You took that Video Copilot thread out of context; that part about the AMD cards was about Premiere Pro.
See my previous response on this thread. It contains all of the information that you need on this matter. Klaus is also giving you the correct information.