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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Dowler View Post
    "A new Global FX Mute button in the Program Monitor to temporarily disable all non-intrinsic effects in a sequence"
    OMG ! At last !
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    I don't use Adobe for Video Editing, but surely enjoying the great upgrade in Photoshop 2017... :)
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    Full, full screen finally..
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    Performance on my midrange laptop is amazing! Thank you Adobe!
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    Red is not yet accelerated in After Effects. We are working on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Lightbourn View Post
    Edit: this is re: After Effects...I've had no problems with real-time raw in Premiere.

    "Speed up your workflow by playing back most raw footage in real-time without rendering or caching first"

    Any reason why that's still false in my case? I'm on a 5960X with 32GB 2400 RAM and a GTX 770.

    25% of CPU is being utiziled and 2% of GPU. Speeds are as awful as they have been since 2015 pulled the manual multi-processing options. 2014 is still way faster (but def. not realtime...even off of an SSD).

    I've tried Redcode 4K & CDNG (4K and 1080p).
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    Quote Originally Posted by David McGavran View Post
    Red is not yet accelerated in After Effects. We are working on it.

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    Thanks for the reply Dave. What's the status on Cinema DNG? I'm seeing the same results there as 2015 (less than 1fps with 4K CDNG Raw). 2014 is still way faster thanks to multiprocessing, although it only hits about 6fps.
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    The Cinema DNG in After Effects is still based on Camera Raw. The Cinema DNG in Premiere Pro is based on the SpeedGrade Debayer. We are working to combine these two paths. So the AE DNG will be slower until that happens.

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    Hi Dave. What news on multi GPU support in AME? Is AME still the best place to export from all Adobe software packages?

    Thanks, Simon
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    Quote Originally Posted by David McGavran View Post
    Red is not yet accelerated in After Effects. We are working on it.

    Cheers

    Dave
    Really looking forward to Red GPU support in After Effects. Great job on accelerating H264 as well. Hope you guys will pull it off not too far away in the future! :)
    Now I mostly stay in Davinci because its so fast, but if AE has GPU acceleration of Red and more plugins it will become a MUCH more pleasant program to work in.

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    Really can't wait for more AE GPU optimizing. Need a reason to upgrade my gtx680 beyond the new hyperspeed find edges effect. Anything to take more workload of the CPU is always welcome!
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