Yeah, it crashes your graphics driver. Probably something to do with this GPU stuff for fast previews and that. File it under "One more of those CS6 bugs". If it only happens on quit, it seems acceptable, even if it's annoying...
Still receiving the same error.
1. After Effects CS6 with the update linked above.
2. Yes, I installed them
3. Mac OS Lion 10.7.4
4. No problems with codecs.
5. Full text:
After Effects Alert
Last log message was: <140735189834080>
<ae.blitpipe> <2> HardwareBlitpipe Disengaged
Generating crash log, which may take a few minutes
6. It happens when I'm quitting the program.
7. Optical Flares, Twitch, Looks, YY Ramp+, Sure Target, and some scripts. The only one of these usually present is Optical Flares.
8. 2.2 GHz Intel Core i7 4 cores, 8 GB RAM, AMD Radeon HD 6750M
9. No 3rd party I/O hardware.
10. Yes, using OpenGL features (Ray-Traced 3D Rendering, etc.)
11. It occurs when I quit the program.
Is there any data loss? I.e., is your project successfully saved before this message appears?
Yes, project saves just fine. Error doesn't seem to be doing too much, except crashing my graphics card. Just wondering why it continually keeps crashing; it's not working while AE is running either. When Optical Flares is set to render with the GPU, it stops working, but when switched off, the plug-in renders fine.
I am right, understanding, that your bug report at least says, that you were able to use GPU power with a 6750M on a MackBook Pro? Because I can not use this option at all.
The latest Version of OSX, CUDA and After Effects CS6 are installed.
Did I miss something, or should it work to use the 6750M as GPU renderer with ray-trace render mode?
> should it work to use the 6750M as GPU renderer with ray-trace render mode?
Details of the GPU features are here:
Same problem and i'm using optical flares too. Maybe that!!
Be sure to update to the most recent version of Optical Flares. Recent updates to Optical Flares fix some errors and crashes of this sort.