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Iury Teles
What a nvidia tesla do better than a quadro in after effects also premiere
on Jun 28, 2016 at 2:53:04 pm

pls help


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Michael Szalapski
Re: What a nvidia tesla do better than a quadro in after effects also premiere
on Jun 28, 2016 at 6:23:05 pm

After Effects uses the GPU for very little natively.
Other than the obsolete ray-traced renderer (which very few people use), the brand new version of AE uses the GPU to accelerate only three effects (Gaussian Blur, Lumetri, and Sharpen). Having one card or another won't make a huge difference with those effects.

I've not heard of many people using a Tesla. Check out how many CUDA cores it has. Premiere uses CUDA to do its acceleration.

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Paul King
Re: What a nvidia tesla do better than a quadro in after effects also premiere
on Jun 29, 2016 at 4:46:24 am

So After Effects uses very little GPU and hardly uses CPU.
So does it ever finish rendering anything?

It's taken Adobe two years since they surveyed the user base regarding After Effects performance and it's still not fixed.

Gee it's become very costly to beta test these days...$50 a month!



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Michael Szalapski
Re: What a nvidia tesla do better than a quadro in after effects also premiere
on Jun 29, 2016 at 6:19:59 pm

[Paul King] "So does it ever finish rendering anything?

It's taken Adobe two years since they surveyed the user base regarding After Effects performance and it's still not fixed.

Gee it's become very costly to beta test these days...$50 a month!"


I think that's an unfair way to view it. The interactive speed is significantly increased. I can be much more productive now than I was before. The rendering may be a touch slower, but it's faster in some areas too.

CC 2015 had a lot more bugs than anybody expected, but CC 2015.3 has been nicely solid for me and it bodes well for AE's future.

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