I know my iMac 5k (Fully upgraded) is far more then compellable of handling it, so I know that isn't the problem.
Considering that those Macs have a hardware and driver bug with the graphics due to how the display works, that may not be true at all. And there you go. Try to invoke mocha without any clip and turn off OpenGL in its preferences...
Try doing it on a TIF image sequence.
Most peculiar! Here's what I suggest:
1. Try Szalam's suggestion of an image sequence.
2. If Szalam's suggestion does not work, try removing your mocha preferences file:
- Go to: /Users/[YOUR USER NAME]/Library/Preferences/
- Delete "com.imagineersystems.mocha AE CC - 2014.plist" or anything similar.
- Then try to load mocha again from AE.
3. If that doesn't work, try modifying the plist externally using the command line to Disable Offscreen Buffers without needing to load mocha first:
defaults write 'com.imagineersystems.mocha AE CC - 2014' DisableFBOs 1
The above command will turn on "Disable Offscreen Buffers" in the com.imagineersystems.mocha AE CC - 2014.plist file. If you are using a different version of mocha AE, change the name accordingly. Then try loading mocha via AE again.
WOW! it works like a champ now! Really really appreciate your help!
It worked, i made it into an image Sequence - and BOOM! I appreciate your reply!
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