New to the forum and have a question:
Are there any work arounds for utilising the GPU CUDA function for the Nvidia GT 750M card on a macbook pro, running Adobe After Effects CC 2015?
It says that only CUDA 3.0 is supported with this card, not the current 5.0 - which seems a bit odd to me as this card isn't that old, and yet 5.0 still supports cards which are older than this.
I did read about work arounds but fishing thru the package contents of AE CC 2014 and changing some text files / removing some, yet for CC 2015 I cannot seem to find any work arounds.
I just got off the phone with an Adobe Tech Support guy who said although he "doesn't know" of any work arounds (Im sure he does), he said to ask here in the forums
Any help would be much appreciated, as I cannot bare using CPU for this upcoming edit :/
As of AE CC 2014, Adobe is doing no further work on Ray Tracing. Instead, ray tracing has been supplanted by the more efficient Cinema 4D Lite, bundled with the recent AE versions. So you may not even have to worry about your card at all.
Are you actually using the ray-traced renderer to create 3d geometry in AE? Things are much faster in AE with the classic renderer instead of the ray-traced renderer. I recommend avoiding the ray-traced renderer entirely! There are much better ways to do 3d with AE these days.