Nevermind. I just figured it out. You have to buy the high end version with the Nvidia Card and the Iris GPU.
I've been wondering the same thing. I watched this video:
if you jump to 07:50 the dude clearly shows that it IS supported in PPRo CC (which I have), but when I go to the project settings on my new MBP 15" with identical specs, the area where I can select gpu support is greyed out with no options to change from software only. Did the expert guy in the video accidentally show the settings from his old NVIDIA MBP? Very confusing!! Also, there's a lot of publicity around the Intel Iris Pro's great ability to render Open CL with Adobe PPRo. And even a video about it here:
Is this only for PC?? If so I imagine Adobe can get this going on Mac pretty damn fast, no?
Please advise Adobe folk!
Can't you just add the card (Intel iris) to the openCL txt file? I have a geforce570 on my Mac Pro (PC gfx card) it works had to add it the Cuba txt file. I'm curious I would love to have a more potable mac book. I currently have the 2011 17".
Adding to the openCL text file appears not to work. Even the GPU sniffer does not detect the Intel Iris graphics on my 13".
Also, in these videos, they appear to talk only about the Intel Iris Pro variant. Anyone know otherwise? WIll the 13" Retina ever get GPU acceleration?