CC and CS6 are completely independent. Something else has changed. Graphics driver? The project. We don't even know what kind of system you are using. I don't know how we can help without a little info.
if it helps, I'm running Win 8 64 bit on a Core 2 Duo E8600 with 6 gigs of RAM. Is there a way to post the project file here?
And it could not be the graphics driver, I did not update that until tonight, and this problem has been going on for a week. The old drivers were nvidia 314, the new ones are NVIDIA 320.
Installing CC on the system must have changed some settings somewhere in the Dynamic Link Server or Media Encoder infrastructure under premiere and AE. Installing CC was the only change to the system, which I dearly regret now.
CC's dynamic link manager and the AME are completely independent of CS6.
I seldom work on Windows machines so I have no Clue. Maybe Mylenium will pitch in. He knows lots more about the OS than I do.
I'll try to get it to crash so I can get a log, but it doesn't seem to want to crash, it just hangs forever when there's raytracing involved. It's like its sending the raytracing to the processor instead of the GPU. everything thing else seems to work fine. And this is in both aftereffects and PP.
The After Effects CC (12.2) update includes several changes regarding the stability and VRAM usage for the OptiX library on which the ray-traced 3D renderer depends.
Let us know how it works for you after you've installed the update.
Hi guys -
It's Easter night - and against everything I know - I updated drivers in the middle of a project. I have been burned so many times - but seem to never learn
Glad to report that the new Nvidia drivers seemed to give me a big performance jump. And so far no crashes even with multiprocessing on.
I updated both the web drivers and CUDA.
It has been pretty brutal - but things seem to be running pretty good now. Maybe not the extreme performance I was hoping for and read so much about - but at least as far as I can tell I will be able to work with it. That's really great news!