0 Replies Latest reply on Nov 4, 2013 8:43 AM by Jeff Hilliard

    Does After Effects CC use CompressorTranscoderX?

    Jeff Hilliard

      I am running After Effects CC and do also use Final Cut Pro X although I am about to switch to Premiere. I am noticing some real slowdowns in After Effects when I have let me computer sit for a few minutes and come back to it. When I look at the Acivity monitor when it is busy, CompressorTranscoderX and Adobe QT32 Server are showing as not responding and Red. Sometime, Adobe After Effects is also showing as not responding. I do not have Final cut running and am not aware if AE is using this CompressorTranscoderX? I am creating a video with a quite large 3D model. I am running Mavericks OSX 10.9 and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680MX.

       

      Model Name:iMac
        Model Identifier:iMac13,2
        Processor Name:Intel Core i7
        Processor Speed:3.4 GHz
        Number of Processors:1
        Total Number of Cores:4
        L2 Cache (per Core):256 KB
        L3 Cache:8 MB
        Memory:16 GB
        Boot ROM Version:IM131.010A.B05
        SMC Version (system):2.11f14

       

       

      Chipset Model:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680MX
        Type:GPU
        Bus:PCIe
        PCIe Lane Width:x16
        VRAM (Total):2048 MB
        Vendor:NVIDIA (0x10de)
        Device ID:0x11a3
        Revision ID:0x00a2
        ROM Revision:3707

        Displays:

      iMac:

        Display Type:LCD
        Resolution:2560 x 1440
        Pixel Depth:32-Bit Color (ARGB8888)
        Main Display:Yes
        Mirror:Off
        Online:Yes
        Built-In:Yes
        Connection Type:DisplayPort

      Thunderbolt Display:

        Display Type:LCD
        Resolution:2560 x 1440
        Pixel Depth:32-Bit Color (ARGB8888)
        Display Serial Number:C02GK1KEDJGR
        Mirror:Off
        Online:Yes
        Rotation:Supported
        Connection Type:DisplayPort

       

      Can you advise? Thanks all,

       

      Jeff Hilliard

      Compudigital Industries