I've looked at that. Adobe Speedgrade does not list any graphic cards list
Please refer the following :
- Multicore Intel processor with 64-bit support
- Mac OS X v10.9 or v10.10
- 4GB of RAM (8GB recommended)
- 4GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on a volume that uses a casesensitive file system or on a removable flash storage device
- Additional disk space required for preview files and other working files (10GB recommended)
- 1680 x 1050 display required; 1920 x 1080 display and second professionally calibrated viewing display recommended
- 7200 RPM hard drive (multiple fast disk drives confi gured for RAID 0 recommended)
- Dedicated GPU card with at least 1GB of VRAM
- Optional: Adobe-certified GPU card for GPU-accelerated performance
- Optional: For SDI output, NVIDIA Quadro SDI Output card
- QuickTime 7.6.6 soft ware required for QuickTime features
- Optional: Tangent CP200, Tangent Elements family or Tangent Wave control surface
- Internet connection and registration are necessary for required software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services.*
okay, Why am I reading on Adobe forums that people with these requirements aren't able to use After Effects or Speedgrade? People are reporting that their graphics cards are causing errors, yet it's supported.
Adobe told me in support the mac Pro would work but I'm reading several are having problems.
can the AMD Firepro graphics card use 3d rendering via After Effects?
oKay. I see nothing about spedegrade and a Mac
you may want to read thru some of the SpeedGrade forums. while the mac pro +D300 should work, i cant confirm first hand. Can SpeedGrade use GPU Acceleration in New Mac Pro? according to the last post there, speedgrade will only use one gpu, not sure if cc2015 changed that.
if you read thru the speedgrade forums, you may notice speedgrade is very much broken at the moment, and has been since cc2013. at this rate, it will be dropped and combined into premiere. if you need a professional grade coloring app and bonus nle, you may want to look at davinci resolve 12 lite. its free, more powerful, and says it supports dual gpu on mac pro 2014.