How To Enable GPU Cuda in Adobe CS6 for Mac

 

A lot of folks were complaining about how most GPU accelerated graphics cards are not supported in Adobe’s new Premiere Pro and After Effects CS6 applications.

Thankfully there is a simple and quick fix that allows you to enable your GPU videocard to be supported that makes the editing experience so much better.

I take just six minutes to show you how to complete this on a Mac.

Now, let me also say, not every video card (Nvidia Geforce) will work.  There are still some requirements.

  1. Your videocard must be Nvidia (Supports CUDA).  At this time, ATI does not work.
  2. Your videocard needs to have at least 896MB of onboard memory.
  3. Your memory needs to be DDR3 or DDR5.  DDR2 is too slow and you will see performance issues in Premiere Pro.

You can download the following ZIP file that includes all of the required steps for the modification.

Download CS6 GPU Fix

 

So what is GPU?  This stands for Graphics Processing Unit.  Adobe uses CUDA that was designed by Nvidia and this gives 3d artists and now video editors and motion graphic designers the ability to use their videocard’s processing power to preview effects in realtime at smooth playback frame rates.  Most video editing applications only use the CPU (central processing unit) for rendering and previewing which this method has many performance limitations.

With technology always improving, our workflow becomes better and faster every day!  Gotta love it!

 

 

198 Responses to “How To Enable GPU Cuda in Adobe CS6 for Mac”

  1. Xavier October 31, 2014 at 4:55 pm #

    hello there im having an issue, i have 3 video cards working at same time one is ati and another is nvidia quadro 4800 wich is the one that matters for the cuda stuff, the thing is that it is simply not working and i need to work faster with after fx can you lend me a hand in this?

  2. Vadim October 23, 2014 at 7:37 pm #

    Hello, how install for photoshop 2014 cc ?

  3. rami October 7, 2014 at 1:34 am #

    Thanks a lot mate! Worked just fine for me!

  4. MIRT July 23, 2014 at 6:41 pm #

    Thanks a lot!!!

  5. Walt D. July 9, 2014 at 3:30 pm #

    I’m having a problem. I installed CUDA 6.x, but when I do the “GPUSniffer” step, the text I get is the following.

    — OpenGL Info —
    Vendor: NVIDIA Corporation
    Renderer: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 OpenGL Engine
    OpenGL Version: 2.1 NVIDIA-8.1.0
    GLSL Version: 1.20
    Monitors: 1
    Monitor 0 properties –
    Size: (0, 0, 1920, 1080)
    Max texture size: 16384
    Supports non-power of two: 1
    Shaders 444: 1
    Shaders 422: 1
    Shaders 420: 1

    — GPU Computation Info —
    Support not enabled.

    I’m using a GeForce GTX 670, but it doesn’t appear in the list. Do I have an incorrect driver installed for the card itself? (I’m using a Hackintosh, btw, but even Hackintosh people don’t seem to have this problem.)

    • seth September 26, 2014 at 2:36 pm #

      I’m getting the same message. did you get this figured out?

  6. Brian July 5, 2014 at 8:50 pm #

    Can someone tell me the terminal commands for new CC 2014 versions of AE and Premiere?

    I’ve attempted what I thought might be the obvious answers CC2014, CC 2014, 2014 CC, etc. I have never done anything in the terminal before, so I am totally out of my element. Thank you.

    • Walt D. July 9, 2014 at 3:27 pm #

      Brian, it might be different for you if you have CC installed in a different directory, but for me After Effects is:

      /Applications/Adobe\ After\ Effects\ CC\ 2014/Adobe\ After\ Effects\ CC\ 2014.app/Contents/GPUSniffer.app/Contents/MacOS/GPUSniffer

      and

      sudo nano /Applications/Adobe\ After\ Effects\ CC\ 2014/Adobe\ After\ Effects\ CC\ 2014.app/Contents/raytracer_supported_cards.txt

      If you’re looking for Premier Pro’s Terminal commands, you can either look at these directories and change as necessary, or do what I did and just plop the files in question into Terminal. Instead of copy/pasting the directory, navigate to the app in question then right click and and click “Show Package Contents”, and and dig all the way to the GPUSniffer file (which is inside GPUSniffer.app; GPUSniffer.app is not correct) and raytracer_supported_cards.txt, then DRAG AND DROP the file from Finder into the Terminal window. Droping a file into terminal enter all the text for that files location automatically.

      So for the second step for After Effects you would type:

      “sudo nano ” < with a space after "nano"

      Then you would navigate to "raytracer_supported_cards.txt", and then drag and drop that into the Terminal window. Then hit return.

  7. sedi July 2, 2014 at 8:12 am #

    thank you very very much , it was really helpfull :)

  8. Archi June 5, 2014 at 10:18 am #

    When I run GPUSniffer terminal told me “no such file” then i run cuda_supported_cards I found that my cuda was there, I open up after effect gpu was enable. What i did is check for the latest after effect cs6 11.0.4.2 and the latest cuda version 6.0.46

  9. robustanother24155241.pen.io June 4, 2014 at 7:05 pm #

    Je vais terminer de jeter un coup d’oeil à tout ça demain

  10. johnson June 2, 2014 at 12:00 pm #

    does this work essentially with any NVIDIA card that has CUDA?

    Thanks,

  11. Denis Hiza March 9, 2014 at 6:47 pm #

    Here are for theGuide for the New Adobe CC

    Premiere Pro CC

    Step 1

    /Applications/Adobe\ Premiere\ Pro\ CC/Adobe\ Premiere\ Pro\ CC.app/Contents/GPUSniffer.app/Contents/MacOS/GPUSniffer

    Step 2
    sudo nano /Applications/Adobe\ Premiere\ Pro\ CC/Adobe\ Premiere\ Pro\ CC.app/Contents/cuda_supported_cards.txt

    After Effect CC

    Step 1
    /Applications/Adobe\ After\ Effects\ CC/Adobe\ After\ Effects\ CC.app/Contents/GPUSniffer.app/Contents/MacOS/GPUSniffer

    Step 2
    sudo nano /Applications/Adobe\ After\ Effects\ CC/Adobe\ After\ Effects\ CC.app/Contents/raytracer_supported_cards.txt

  12. nick March 3, 2014 at 2:23 am #

    This worked perfectly and the difference is amazing. Exports are roughly 75% faster. Truly awesome. Thanks so much!

  13. KRatt January 3, 2014 at 11:55 pm #

    Never mind! I heard the first 10 seconds again and the commentator said that I am “screwed.”

    Lol…

  14. mindtheater December 5, 2013 at 11:37 am #

    Went smooth for Premier, not for After effects. When I paste the txt into the terminal, no list of cards comes up like it did for premier. I tried to paste my card anyway but it will not save in the area specified. it shows an error

    • KRatt January 3, 2014 at 11:52 pm #

      Does this same step work for Adobe CS5? I have a Mac Pro (Early 2008) with a NVIDIA GeForce 285 OpenGL Engine. When I follow the same steps, my graphic card IS showing. When I pull up my information from the first step, I get:

      Last login: Fri Jan 3 23:22:20 on ttys000
      Macintosh-4:~ RattDogg$ /Applications/Adobe\ Premiere\ Pro\ CS5/Adobe\ Premiere\ Pro\ CS5.app/Contents/GPUSniffer.app/Contents/MacOS/GPUSniffer
      Texture memory: 0
      Vendor string: NVIDIA Corporation
      Renderer string: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 285 OpenGL Engine
      Version string: 2.1 NVIDIA-8.18.28 310.40.05f01

      OpenGL version as determined by Extensionator…
      OpenGL Version 2.0
      Supports shaders!
      Supports BGRA -> BGRA Shader
      Supports VUYA Shader -> BGRA
      Supports UYVY/YUYV ->BGRA Shader
      Supports YUV 4:2:0 -> BGRA Shader
      Testing for CUDA support…
      Didn’t find any devices that support CUDA.
      Completed shader test!
      Internal return value: 7

      Please advise.

  15. Allan Muir December 4, 2013 at 9:40 am #

    A little bit more info.

    I am running the latest Mavericks version along with the latest CUDA drivers.

    Allan

  16. Allan Muir December 4, 2013 at 8:27 am #

    Sadly I tried your instructions to the tee, and unfortunately I still cannot get AE or PP to enable Cuda. The sad part is I actually have 2 x Quadro FX4800 in my mac pro.

    Any thoughts?

    Allan

  17. Andrey November 10, 2013 at 4:08 pm #

    Hey there!
    Thanx for amazing fix first!
    It do work for Pr…
    BUT NOT for AE ((( and I use it the most
    It says on startup: “…requires CUDA version 4.0 or later…”, and I have 5.5.28 (also tried w. 5.5.25 and 4.2.7 – same no luck)
    AE CS6 11.0.0.378
    rMBP GT650M
    Any idea?
    Thanx in advance>>>>

    • Andrey November 10, 2013 at 4:14 pm #

      just forgot: OSX 10.8.3

  18. Luc October 27, 2013 at 9:53 am #

    Hi,

    Thank you very much for this tutorial, I used it before when I assembled my Hachintosh, and a couple of days ago when I updated it to Maverick, I have applied this again to make the GPU acc work on the new system, it’s still working, fantastic!
    Thanks again!

  19. herrK October 24, 2013 at 8:34 am #

    Hello people,

    first question:
    does OSX 10.7.5 support the EVGA GEFORCE GTX680 without driver ?
    my early 2008 macpro starts properly with the new card ( build in yesterday ) and the system profiler says:
    NVIDA GeForce GTX 680 4096 MB
    than it should be installed or do I need driver an additional driver ?

    second question:
    using the GPU with AfterEffects CS6
    the latest CUDA from nvidia is installed !
    I tried your workaround to use the card, but the GPU Sniffer used in the TERMINAL
    doesn’t tell me anything about the device
    it tells me the following:
    Vendor string: NVIDIA corporation
    Renderer string: NVIDIA GeForce Pre-Release GK104 OpenGL Engine
    Version string: 2.1 NVIDIA-7.33.0

    it says nothing about GPU

    any ideas ??? please help

    thank you in advance

  20. Paul October 22, 2013 at 7:05 pm #

    Awesome tutorial – fixed my problem. Thank you SO much for making it clear and easy to do. You are better than Adobe!

  21. Mark September 17, 2013 at 4:41 am #

    This worked fro me with After Effects, but not Premiere Pro with a GeForce GTX 680MX

  22. rhai723 September 10, 2013 at 1:45 am #

    hi! I’m using Adobe CC., i’m having a hard time doing the instructions.. since it’s not the same as Adobe CC.. but still, i was able to use my GTX 680 in Pr but no luck using it on AE.,

    How do I fix this? Thanks.

    -rhai723

  23. NvidiaCUDABoy August 27, 2013 at 10:31 pm #

    Hey, your tutorial works! Thanks. Now if only Apple would install K-Quadro and higher-spec GeForce cards then we would be in heaven. I guess I’ll keep dreaming. I have two computers: MBP (non-retina) 2012 and an older RainComputer PC laptop.

  24. Oliver richards August 20, 2013 at 6:49 pm #

    Hi,

    I followed the steps and it was all working with the latest version of Cuda installed (5.5.25) however when I wen’t back into AE & Premier the options GPU were still not available. It said next to it “gpu not available incompatible device or Cuda driver”. I’m using a mid 2009 macbook pro with 2 GeForce 9400M video cards. I updated my RAM to 8GB a few months ago.

    Any idea what might be going wrong?

    Best,

    Ollie.

    • NvidiaCUDABoy August 27, 2013 at 10:13 pm #

      Nvidia Pre-Cuda cards are not supported. GT/GTX are supported as they have the CUDA in them. CUDA has be in the graphics card and has to have the driver to enable the GPU’s CUDA programming.

      http://www.geforce.com/hardware/notebook-gpus

  25. alex July 31, 2013 at 11:52 am #

    worked for after effects but not for premiere. strange. im on premiere pro cc.
    any ideas?

    • Jonathan December 12, 2013 at 9:02 am #

      I helped a friend do this mod to her Pr CC on a mid-2010 MacBook Pro (MacBookPro6,2) and it didn’t work either. GPUSniffer reported “Not chosen because of insufficient video memory” instead of saying the GPU wasn’t supported. Oh well, this appears to be a difference between Pr CS6 and Pr CC.

  26. Nabil June 21, 2013 at 10:12 pm #

    when i enable 3D layer in RayTraced 3D the viewport turns Black. How can i fiz that?
    I have the New iMac 27 Nvide 675 MX with Cuda installed.

  27. LMartins June 8, 2013 at 6:42 pm #

    Helpppppppp:(

    I followed you video instruction and suprisingly worked, i render a simple effect just to try it and it was FAST and my macbook pro temperature was 65ºC MAX…..but now when i open AE i get this error : After Effects error: Ray-traced 3D: Initial shader compile failed.

    How do i fix it ?

    Thank you
    LMartins

    • boomer August 7, 2013 at 10:32 am #

      I am having the same error. Did you get a fix for this?

    • HD February 13, 2014 at 5:51 pm #

      I am having the same error in AE cs6 but not in AE cc!! please,if you get a fix help me.

  28. LMartins June 8, 2013 at 2:21 pm #

    Hey guys,

    since i purchased my macbook pro i haven’t stopped searching the internet for explainations, the more i look the more i get confused:( .
    I have macbookpro9,1 mid 2012 ( macbook pro 15″ NON retina ) 8GB Ram – 750GB HD – duo graphics card ( VRAM (Total): 1024 MB – NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M ) – ( VRAM (Total): 384 MB – ntel HD Graphics 4000 ) i work as a graphic designer and i work with cs6 alot, specially after effects and PS, when i start RENDERING in AE my macbook temperature goes nuts, up to 98ºC…..i am going to upgrade the ram to 16gb regardless BUT i was looking into the GPU option for AE CS6, before i go ahead and do anything and wanted to ask…..will this harm my macbook ? It will only take effect when i work on cs6 ?
    If someone could help me with a best solution i would greatly appreciate.

    LMartins

    • NvidiaCUDABoy August 27, 2013 at 10:21 pm #

      The best way to lower your temp is install a manual fan control. Just google search macbook pro 64-bit fan control to take control your Mac’s fan control. In my experience it (the GPU) wasn’t harmed, but I guess results varies. All the mac pros go to OWC, the Mac experts. They’re very helpful. I trust them with my life more than Apple.

  29. dontforgetmario May 25, 2013 at 11:29 am #

    Excellent…. for my surprise I got CUDA to work on Premiere Pro CS6 on my MacBook Pro 17″ with a NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M 512MB RAM.

    I installed the latest CUDA Drivers follow your instructions and GPU got activated. I must say as many of us I was always die hard FCP user but I’m really amazed now with Premiere Pro CS6 & Cuda.

    I tried to run FCPX (latest version now 10.0.8) in my Macbook Pro 17″ Intel Core i5, 2.5 GHz with 4GB or RAM and it has been a nightmare. FCPX literally slows down the complete system and makes it impossible to edit without waiting 30 seconds every time I make click somewhere… besides it is rendering something all the time in background, and I have not applied any single effect yet. Everybody said you need to upgrade to 16GB… 16GB to just make FCPX running decently?

    Installed PP CS6 & CUDA drivers and my editing process now literally flies… no rendering needed, I’m able to see and edit different cameras clips with different HD rate frames at the same time in the same timeline… I mean, this is like Science Fiction to me coming from FCP 7 :)

    I’m sorry to say this but now I must say that FCPX looks to me like a complete piece of junk.. so bye bye for now Final Cut Pro.. it was good as long as it was good, Apple had it all to be number one on the video editing market and within just a few months successfully managed to alienate it’s complete professional user database. Wish you luck with your iPhone & iPad market and your FCPX games, let us know when you stop playing with us professionals and will see, but it was too much: Color gone, Mac Pro gone, Final Cut Server gone, FCP 7, DVD Studio Pro gone, and complete suite gone… and you replaced all that with FCPX within a single day…

    Hello Adobe, I’m going your way and I know you won’t screw up us professionals again as Apple did…

    • simon m May 27, 2013 at 7:05 pm #

      hey “dontforgetmario” – same question as to “spelly” – i have the same macbook pro as you have and am wondering if you’ve been able to use Warp Stabilizer in AE with this great hack that Mike has supplied? Thanks.

      Mike – thanks alot for this posting! really helpful.

    • Bruce June 11, 2013 at 4:09 pm #

      Anyone else with a GeForce GT 330M on Macbook Pro Unibody Lion get it to work. I have only 256mb on the 330m Just curious if there is a something else to tweak ontop of this tutorial? Ive done everything exactly and its not working.
      Thanks

      • LMartins June 11, 2013 at 10:01 pm #

        I installed CUDA also and i have : 8GB Ram DDR3 – Intel HD Graphics 4000 384 MB ( built in ) and NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M ( PCIe ), i installed CUDA and works much better, before i used to not be able to render and it would put my macbook pro temperature to 98ºC, now when working on AE Cs6 i get 60- 65ºC and when rendering i get 70 – 80ºC, is that normal, i that the normal temperature to expect when on AE?

        Thank you,

        LMartins

    • NvidiaCUDABoy August 27, 2013 at 10:24 pm #

      That’s why they’re (the Video Editors) going to Media Composer for editing. The requirements are a bit less picky but 16+ is still highly recommended and you need at least 1GB VRAM

  30. spelly May 24, 2013 at 7:20 pm #

    I performed this operation on a 2010 Macbook Pro 17″ with a GeForce 330M with 512mb onboard memory, and it significantly sped up (by at least 50%) rendering and previewing raytraced comps in AE CS6. So, even though in the listed requirements above it says you need a card with at least 896mb onboard memory, don’t despair – it’s worth giving it a shot. Thanks for the great tutorial.

    • simon m May 27, 2013 at 6:57 pm #

      Hey Spelly – have you tried using Warp Stabilizer on your system? I have exactly the same computer, and would love to know if WS would work… thanks.

  31. Riley May 17, 2013 at 1:10 pm #

    Hi!

    I follow the instructions and it works for premier but when I add “GeForce GTX 675MX” in the After Effects terminal and save. I try to reopen to check it but it doesn’t work show up! Ugh. What am I doing wrong?

  32. Fabio May 15, 2013 at 1:29 am #

    Hello and congratulations the first step once pasted the GTX 570 video card what are the keys from keyboard to save. Thanks

  33. Stefan April 3, 2013 at 5:26 pm #

    THANK YOU!!! A client is requesting 3D text a complex set
    of animations and you just reduced a lot of major pain and
    suffering.

    • david cain April 19, 2013 at 2:36 pm #

      Hi Mike,

      Thanks for the clear instructions. They worked the first time, but I ended up doing a clean re-install of Adobe software and can’t seem to past the first step. When I paste in

      /Applications/Adobe\ Premiere\ Pro\ CS6/Adobe\ Premiere\ Pro\ CS6.app/Contents/GPUSniffer.app/Contents/MacOS/ GPUSniffer

      and hit enter, I don’t a list of GPUs like I used to. Terminal is telling me it’s a directory… that because I don’t have Pr installed in its default location? That would be weird, cause it is… I think.

      Thanks

      dc

      • david cain April 19, 2013 at 2:40 pm #

        I forgot to add that the GPU is working in Ae, just not Pr. Thanks

  34. Koen March 28, 2013 at 7:05 pm #

    @Ulf I was intending to buy the ‘Nvidia GTX 480 for Apple
    Mac Pro Internal Power Version’ from Macvidcards on eBay to have
    CUDA support with Premiere Pro and AE CS6 (Creative Cloud) +
    DaVinci Resolve. But if I read your comment, this will be a waste
    of money because it’s not working anymore after the latest update
    of CS6?

    • Ulf March 31, 2013 at 5:58 pm #

      Correct.

      • jurew July 21, 2013 at 12:07 pm #

        No possibilities?
        I want to switch from FCP to Premiere Pro, I already have GTX 480. Are there maybe some new methods to force Premiere Pro to use CUDA?
        Now Sniffer tells me:
        — GPU Computation Info —
        Did not find any devices that support GPU computation.

        Does someone know any solution?

    • Bob April 2, 2013 at 2:59 pm #

      Just finished following your instructions for a new iMac i7 with GeForce GTX 680 MX option. It worked like a charm for both Premiere Pro and After Effects. Thanks.

  35. Anthony March 22, 2013 at 7:10 pm #

    Hi there. I just followed your on screen instructions, but
    as I was re loading after effects I got this message… After
    Effects error: Ray-traced 3D: Initial shader compile failed. (5070
    :: 0) Any idea what this is? Many thanks. Anthony

    • Ulf March 25, 2013 at 3:58 pm #

      After updating to the latest AE build, this seems no longer to be an option on getting Cuda working on non Adobe certified cards.

  36. Trond March 2, 2013 at 8:17 am #

    Hei After following your instructions to turn on the GPU
    Cuda, then suddenly PPro worked amazing. However, when I open AE I
    get this message: Ray-traced 3D: Initial shader compile failed? Is
    there any fix for this iMac: Prosessor 3,2 GHz Intel Core i5.
    Memory 24 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 675MX 1024 MB Best
    regards Trond (How To Enable GPU Cuda in Adobe CS6 for
    Mac)

  37. asama February 19, 2013 at 7:22 pm #

    ithanks alot for this help but i cant see the cuda Device in the GPUSnifer, it shows me only openCl Device. any idea?
    mac osx 10,7,5
    gtx 570 2,5gb
    mac pro 2,1
    latest dirver of Nvidia and Cuda are installes

  38. Mark February 19, 2013 at 1:35 am #

    Great information but I have a new IMac with NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M.
    It seems it doesn’t work. Should I use the “NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M” full name when I add the card name to the list?

    • mishavideo@gmail.com February 20, 2013 at 1:54 am #

      I also have a new mac book pro with different names loading up. What worked for me with After Effects was using only: “GeForce GT 650M”. In AE, now thanks mainly to the video above (you rock it!) I now have CPU & GPU enabled.

  39. John Dickinson February 18, 2013 at 11:17 pm #

    Thanks for the clear and precise tutorial.
    Best wishes,
    John.

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