Your card is not in the official list http://www.adobe.com/products/premiere/tech-specs.html
- AMD Radeon HD 6750M (only on certain MacBook Pro computers running OS X Lion (v10.7.x) with a minimum of 1GB of VRAM)
- AMD Radeon HD 6770M (only on certain MacBook Pro computers running OS X Lion (v10.7.x) with a minimum of 1GB of VRAM)
I am not on a Mac, so do not know if there is a hack to add a different model, like there is for nVidia
One of the fixes is meant to be to add the model to the cuda_supported_cards file. I did this and it did not work.
Please post a link where someone describes getting the Radeon 6970M to work on a Mac
I know how to do an addition for nVidia on Windows, but I have not seen anyone else discuss getting a different card to work on a Mac
I'm not saying it can't be done, only that your message is the first of this type that I've seen
Sorry if I am not clear, but, the problem is that there are a few vids showing fixes for slightly different issues (CS6 or Nvidia cards), but not for my specific set up.
I find it impossible to believe that a modern set up like I have does not work on CS5.5! Surely this is possible and an issue for many people who bought mid 2011 iMacs like mine? It's stopping me do any more video work until I get a fix!
Just about any nVidia card with 1Gig of video ram will work, in Windows, with the simple change to the text file
That is not the case with Mac... there is a process, for nVidia - http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1075592
>vids showing fixes for slightly different issues (CS6 or Nvidia cards), but not for my specific set up
That is exactly why I asked you for a link to anyone who has done what you want with your specific card
If you can't find a link, and what you have done doesn't work, it may just not be possible... I don't know that, but I have read enough messages here to know that altering a Mac configuration is NOT as easy as the same operation in Windows