Which version of After effects, you have installed?
If you are running on an out-dated version, please update After effects.
Because the error that you are getting, was a known issue with After effects CC2014 13.0
And regarding the CUDA notification, you are getting:
That is not an error. It is just an informative message. It is just telling you that you don't have the necessary hardware to use one specific feature.
Don't worry; it's a feature that you have almost zero reason to care about -- the ray-traced 3D renderer. You can ignore that message and carry on.
Please find the list of supported Graphic cards here:
Thanks for helping me out.
I am using the latest version of Ae CC (13.7). I can see that I am not the only one having the same problem. I believe Ae doesn't support my card. Apparently, there is a way I can delete the CUDA text file from the CC install directory (Re: Is the NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M in the new MacBook Pro supported by Adobe for Premiere & After Effects). But I've been looking for that text file in the contents and find nothing... I am really confused
You really don't need AE to "recognize" your card. As Kulpreet points out, the only thing AE is complaining about is that card won't be used to accelerate the ray-traced renderer. The ray-traced renderer is obsolete. So I wouldn't worry about it. Tick that box so that you don't have to see that message again. Now, AE does have a tick box in the prefs to use "unsupported" cards to accelerate the ray-traced renderer, so you could tick that box if you really wanted to.
But seriously, the ray-traced renderer is poopy.
If you want 3d, you can create it in Cinema 4D Lite (which comes free with AE now). It's way more powerful!
You could also use speedy third-party plugins like Video Copilot's Element 3d, Zaxwerks 3d Invigorator, and Mettle's ShapeShifter that render much faster and look better than the ray-traced did.
I'm much more concerned about the "2 or more frames" message. Do you get that message in every project? In the projects where you do get it, what, exactly do you do to trigger it?
Great, that clarifies a lot of things. The problem is, I don't use the ray-traced fonction at all. the ''2 ore more frames'' message always pops up when my projects start being a little heavy. I mostly use the scale, position, opacity fonction along with motion blur to key some transitions. It appears when I want to preview my sequence and make sure everything looks good. two or more simple effects and Ae freaks out.
Is my Graphic card not fast enough? (GeForce GT 750M) Premiere pro seems to run perfectly!
It's unlikely that the GPU has anything to do with the 2 Frames 2 Furious issue.
Could we see a screenshot of your memory settings in the preferences?
Could we see a screenshot of your preview settings?
You should make more RAM available for AE. Right now, you've only got 1 GB allotted! Try changing that to 12 for AE, leaving 4 for your system.
If that doesn't work, try ticking the "Reduce cache size" box.
And, if that doesn't solve it, can we see a screenshot of your Preview panel as well (expanded to show all of the options, please)?
Wow! Its much better now. Can't believe I never noticed. Thanks a lot!
No problem! Glad to help.