Open up preferences and check the box that says enable unsupported card.
What is your full AE version number? If it's not 11.0.4, update it.
Also, make sure you've got an updated CUDA driver as well.
I can't find the option for enabling unsupported card in the preferences - under what heading would that be? Thanks.
The AE version number is 220.127.116.11. And how would I update the CUDA driver? Thanks.
I tried to google the issue re the CUDA driver - it definitely looks as though this is supported by my card but any updates just seem to come via the driver for the card?
Interestingly - I just checked in Premiere Pro, and there GPU and CUDA are obviously detected as underer "Renderer", "Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration (CUDA)" is selected.
Ah - and I solved it, following these instructions: How to enable CUDA for Premiere Pro and After Effects - YouTube
- adding my card to the raytracer text file where it was not included. All looks fine now:
Fast Draft: Available
Texture Memory: 1613.00 MB
Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
Device: GeForce GT 650M/PCIe/SSE2
Version: 2.1.2 NVIDIA 355.60
Total Memory: 3.94 GB
Shader Model: 4.0 or later
Driver Version: 7.5
Devices: 1 (GeForce GT 650M)
Current Usable Memory: 1.93 GB (at application launch)
Maximum Usable Memory: 2.00 GB