Moved to the Premiere Pro forum. They will be able to help you here.
Yes, I have done thins and I have also switched the systemsettings to "always use the GT650M".
However, there is no option to enable the GPU-Powered rendering yet...
Did you install the latest CUDA drivers for mac .
I believe CUDA specific drivers are only for Quadro cards. The display driver is sufficient for GeForce cards, and I've seen where installing the CUDA driver with a GeForce card can actually mess things up.
Not necessarily. The CUDA driver 5.0 was specifically for GT 650M .
Are you on latest Premiere pro as well ? as the support for this card was added after 6.0.2 update
You sure? When I go to the nVidia site, CUDA drivers only show up for Quadros, and the normal Display driver is the only one that shows up for the 650M (which is simply a GeForce 650 for notebooks).
Not sure that makes your case, Vipul. The FAQ at the bottom states:
3) How do I know if I have the latest drivers?
Answer: Go to www.nvidia.com/drivers
It's at that site that you will not find CUDA drivers for GeForce cards, only Quadros.
Just because a card has CUDA capabilities does not mean it needs a CUDA driver. My (and most everyone else's) GeForce cards run CUDA just fine using only the display driver. And like I said, I've seen where installing the CUDA driver with a GeForce actually causes issues, makes things not work. So I'm still skeptical of your claim here. Willing to learn, but not convinced so far.
Just because a card has CUDA capabilities does not mean it needs a CUDA driver.
I agree to it but specific to GT 650M, if you check the link shared by me in first post it clearly states in the "Additional infomation" section that "Quadro FX for Mac or GeForce for Mac must be installed prior to CUDA 5.0.36 installation"
hence what I am trying to say here is for GT 650M to have the complete usage of CUDA there has to be specific driver installed that it version 5.0.36 (Latest CUDA Driver).
And like I said, I've seen where installing the CUDA driver with a GeForce actually causes issues, makes things not work.
Agreeing to this as well, Most of the GeForce card doesn't have the CUDA development capability as in GT 650M, hvaing both drivers can cause these conlicts.(http://blogs.nvidia.com/2012/06/new-macbook-pros-make-for-great-cuda-dev-platforms/)
Let me also clarify that Premiere Pro can use either OpenCL or CUDA for GPU processing on the GT 650M if updated to 6.0.2. The default is to use OpenCL. You can change this in the General project settings but the option to select the CUDA is ideally greyed out/inactive if there is no CUDA driver installed with GT 650M.
Got it now. Thanks. Looks like it's a Mac thing, which I typically don't consider.