Windows or Mac... and PPro version?
It's a Windows 7 64 Premium with Adobe Premiere Pro CC (up to date).
Asus G73 (laptop)
Radeon HD 5870
2- Seagate Momentous XT 500gb 7200 hybrid 3gb ssd
Thanks for the help. If I can get that performance back I might be able to stave off the new purchase & decision between laptop or desktop.
(below this is minutia & unnecessary unless you want to comment which I would love. Stay at home Dad's don't talk to adults much.)
Until recently was dead set on desktop. Just saw a tutorial with a guy using a Mac pro laptop which is nothing compared to the specs I can get on any model from xoticpc. He was running everything extremely fast.
Now I'm contemplating laptop but don't know if I want a small 13 or 14 with out optical or get a 15-17 with all the balls and extra sli optical for another gfc card at 32gb ram. Leaning bigger for power & expandability. Your thoughts & any advice is welcome.
Software mode is always available. Chances are you simply made an error in observation when you saw that hardware was available and software was not, meaning it actually said that software was available and hardware was not, and so it still is not.
Sorry to be disagreeable, but I know it gave me the option. I remember it clearly because I felt it mock me everytime I couldn't use it. When I saw the normally grayed out box have life in it, I instantly changed it and even remember the wording of the drop down. I remember feeling like I just uncovered some Celestine Prophecy secret. I also know the it enabled as the video was a ton better. Before becoming a stay at home Dad I was a hypnotherapist & have the ability to recall snapshots of my life. This was a big one.
Anyone else I would agree with you but I have been focused on this one feature for months now. Even posting on here about opecl vs cuda.
Any other suggestions? Wasn't there a scripting way to enable some cuda cards? Something like that for the opencl?
AHa! I'm so smart that I figured it out! I was clicking the CS6 version and not CC. See, smart.
I guess CS6 won't let you use it and CC will.
Glad to have Sherlocked that one out. (feel sorta stupid for having two versions loaded and not changing the desktop shortcut)