Well, to be blunt: If you realyl looked up the stuff on teh web, then you completely misunderstood it. AMD cards simply don't support CUDA. That's the end of it. No "if"s, no "maybe"s. The rest is irrelevant. Your cards are properly recognized by AE for basic OpenGL functions as per your own screenshots and statements like "impossible to start editing or doing anything with the software." only show that you don't understand how AE works. AE is not an editing tool and very few things are realtime and all of that is perfectly normal and within how AE is supposed to work/ designed to work.
Gosh don't need to be all rude about it,
as i mentioned I'm new to this world so I'm sort of clueless. your answer helped me but the way you answered is really disrespectful.
Thank you anyway, have a great day.
I'm sort of clueless. your answer helped me but the way you answered is really disrespectful.
You know how many times a similar question gets asked here in a week?
Ever see a little kid who wants attention say, " Mom! Mom! Mom! Mom! Mom! Mom! Mom! Mom!"
Ever see Mom's reaction? What would be YOUR reaction?
So perhaps you ought to suck it up when a real pro in AE gets a little testy with you.
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Both accounts that just answered this topic is the same person hehe..
Unfortunately in the last version of After Effects, that would be CS6 my rendering GPU would work just fine, no problems. I have a AMD Radeon R5 M230 Series. The problem is isn't to suck it up, cause we buy a computer with a purpuse and just because CC was launched it has become useless to do the simplest 3D graphics. And I'm not an amateur I have been working with all these programs for about 5 years.
I'm very unsatisfied with this. I'm a student and I can't afford to buy every new computer that matches the new configurations and requirements of Adobe. I think they should think more on their customers and ease it out for them. I'm very disappointed, we pay for it to work, not to pay more to get it working.
What's making this very hard and even impossible to start editing or doing anything with the software.
The reason you are finding it "hard and even impossible to start using the software" has nothing to do with your graphics cards.
It has to do with you not knowing anything about After Effects or graphic cards.
This is rude awakening for many people. $50 a month? Why not?
I'm brand new and know nothing about After Effects or computers.
Can you please give me some advice?