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So I updated to OS X El Capitan after reading it was safe to do so. And everything seems to work fine, except that my program bus looks like this for everything, but only when paused. When playing it's all fine and I am right now exporting the project to see if everything is good on that side; (see pic)

 

Anyone else having any kind of problem with it?

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thanks for posting this Turboguard.

anybody else running El Cap with CC? im in no rush to update lol but id love to hear some feedback on this from you guys

also: whats up with metal? is that a thing where the devs have to write for it orr?

im drinkin a tank 7 farmhouse ale from boulevard brewing rn its v good

 

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I made the mistake of upgrading to El Capitan too hastily today and experienced the same corruption when using OpenCL acceleration. What saved me was installing the latest CUDA driver from Nvidia and then switching to CUDA acceleration in Premiere project settings. That seemed to work, which is strange as before OpenCL was the stable one while CUDA gave me all kinds of problems.

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I'm a bonehead and did the same thing. Same problem and switch to cuda in project settings worked. Then on restart totally different problem, only on playback, not on pause. Maybe i need to update my nvidia driver. How would I know if I needed to do that? How would I update?

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I'm a bonehead and did the same thing. Same problem and switch to cuda in project settings worked. Then on restart totally different problem, only on playback, not on pause. Maybe i need to update my nvidia driver. How would I know if I needed to do that? How would I update?

if cuda is installed there should be an option for it in system preferences and u can install an update from there, dunno what the latest update is, im usin opencl with yosemite lol

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This is what a guy told me over at another forum;

"There are two things to install with NVIDIA cards.  

One is the Web Driver. That will install the NVIDIA driver manager and will provide the BETA driver for MacBook Pro and iMac, as well as GPU support for NVIDIA cards on MacPro. That link is: http://www.nvidia.com/download/driverResults.aspx/92192/en-us

The other is CUDA driver. There's a lot of details on this if you care to read/search, but basically it allows GPU to do "work" that the CPU could do. The CUDA driver just needs to be updated for OS X 10.11. Most people do not do this regularly. That driver link is: http://www.nvidia.com/object/mac-driver-archive.html

FYI - Adobe supports GPU acceleration and that is usually through CUDA or OpenGL. There is a bug with OpenGL and Adobe right now, so changing to CUDA fixes most of this for video apps. The "Metal" support is another issue entirely..."
 
Hope it helps!

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