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Quite a few green cards missing on that list. Heck, there's AMD cards that haven't even been released yet on the list! Hoping this list will grow soon, cause otherwise I may just skip the entire suite and stick with Photoshop only if these are the only supported cards for Premiere. thinking.gif

They list the 285, 470, 570, and 580, 675MX, 680MX, 650M, but yet they don't list the 670? What's up with that?

Agreed. Lately I've only been using PS and Vegas. I rarely touch After Effects, illustrator occasionally as well. It's nice that a great amount of the "proper"/high end production cards are listed, those users will likely benefit the most from this.
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post #12 of 17
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They list the 285, 470, 570, and 580, 675MX, 680MX, 650M, but yet they don't list the 670? What's up with that?

High end iMacs and MBPr use those mobile Kepler models, so it makes sense for Adobe to specifically test them. Otherwise, like previously mentioned, these might just be the cards Adobe engineers happened to physically have at the time of testing.
post #13 of 17
Still waiting for TITAN official support.

In the meantime I added it myself to make it works.

C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CS6\cuda_supported_cards.txt

     
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post #14 of 17
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Originally Posted by Lareson View Post

Quite a few green cards missing on that list. Heck, there's AMD cards that haven't even been released yet on the list! Hoping this list will grow soon, cause otherwise I may just skip the entire suite and stick with Photoshop only if these are the only supported cards for Premiere. thinking.gif

They list the 285, 470, 570, and 580, 675MX, 680MX, 650M, but yet they don't list the 670? What's up with that?

"(Please note that the list currently displayed on this page is out of date, and will be corrected soon.)"
Says right in the OP.
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OPTIMISED PERFORMANCE

Following the successful release of Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 in 2012, Adobe Premiere® Pro CC now also supports GPU-acceleration via OpenCL™ for Microsoft Windows® workstations, with a broad selection of certified AMD graphics hardware. This continued support of open standards gives you more choice and helps future-proofing your investment.
WORK IN HARMONY WITH ALL YOUR OTHER ADOBE SOFTWARE

Premiere Pro CC isn't the only Adobe application to support heterogeneous system architectures to speed up your workflow. After Effects, SpeedGrade as well as Photoshop's Mercury Graphics Engine also take advantage of your AMD GPU for blazingly fast performance on even the largest of images when using the new Blur Gallery or demanding tools like Liquify or Puppet Warp. And since it's based on open standards like OpenCL and OpenGL, there's no need for graphics hardware using proprietary programming languages anymore.

http://www.fireprographics.com/adobe/

ADOBE Premiere Pro CC Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
REAL-TIME VIDEO PRODUCTION IN HD, 4K AND BEYOND WITH ADOBE Premiere® Pro CC
now powered by AMD FirePro™ and OpenCL™ technology

With Adobe Premiere® Pro CC supporting OpenCL™ for Microsoft Windows® OS-based workstations, there's no need to buy hardware based on proprietary technology any more. Harness the power of AMD GPU acceleration to help speed up more than 40 effects in Premiere Pro CC. That means less time sitting around waiting and watching the rendering progress bar. Apply color corrections and effects to multiple layers of DV, HD or 4K video and gain feedback on the fly.

ADOBE Photoshop Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Image Editing Accelerated with AMD

Create eye-catching and awe-inspiring designs faster. AMD graphics hardware powers creativity and productivity, boosting the performance of more than 30 features, filters and functions in the latest edition of Adobe Photoshop. Creative professionals, prosumers and everyone in between can now benefit from a high-end digital imaging workflow by simply coupling an affordable, yet powerful AMD consumer- or professional-grade GPU or APU with the latest edition of Adobe Photoshop. Get lightning-fast results: leverage the immense power of AMD GPU and APU hardware with the Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine, OpenCL support and dozens of GPU-accelerated features in Adobe Photoshop.
AMD hardware can drive all GPU-accelerated features in Adobe Photoshop. KEY FEATURES include:

Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine - Harnesses the power of AMD GPUs and APUs to deliver unprecedented responsiveness for a fluid feel as artists work. The Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine supports OpenCL™ and OpenGL to accelerate new and enhanced Adobe Photoshop features.

Oil Painting filter - Powered by the Mercury Graphics Engine and AMD hardware, quickly gives artwork the look of a fine painting. Artists can control the style of the paintbrush, as well as the direction and shine of the lighting, to achieve a polished look. The graphics-intensive Oil Painting filter is so demanding that it requires hardware acceleration, which can be achieved with AMD consumer- or professional-grade hardware.

Puppet Warp - Powered by the Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine and AMD graphics technology, enables artists to reposition image elements, such as the angle of a subject’s arms or legs, with fluid responsiveness.

Blur effects - Fueled by the Adobe Mercury Graphics Engine with OpenCL support for AMD graphics to deliver immediate results.

Liquify - AMD and Adobe collaborated to optimize the dramatically accelerated Liquify tool, a filter with which users can push, pull, rotate, reflect, pucker and bloat any area of an image for artistic effect. The Liquify tool leverages AMD graphics technology to enable faster results: immediately open incredibly large images and start working with more flexibility and options than ever.

ADOBE After Effects Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Faster Graphics Pipeline with AMD and Adobe After Effects

Pair AMD professional and consumer graphics cards with Adobe After Effects to create, manipulate, and polish motion graphics and cinematic visual effects (VFX) quickly, efficiently and effectively. AMD graphics hardware and Adobe After Effects software combine to deliver a robust and reliable creative workflow and an unparalleled user experience. AMD empowers unprecedented performance to invigorate artists and encourage experimentation with faster rendering, feedback and effects in Adobe After Effects. Unleash your full creativity and see results in real time with AMD and Adobe After Effect’s latest features, including improved GPU-accelerated previews and final-quality rendering.
AMD boosts a variety of Adobe After Effects GPU-accelerated features:

Final Draft Mode - Fast Draft preview mode makes working with the ray-traced 3D renderer much, much faster. It speeds the process of setting up 3D scenes, which can be slow in Final Quality mode.

Hardware BlitPipe - Hardware Accelerated Composition, Layer, and Footage Panels - The Hardware BlitPipe GPU-acceleration feature is engaged when using colour management output simulation on the screen and the exposure control in the viewer panels.

Cartoon Effect - The dedicated cartoon effect gives live footage the look of cell animation quickly and easily.

OpenGL swap buffer - The OpenGL swap buffer feature harnesses the power of AMD graphics hardware to accelerate the drawing of pixels to the screen. This process, which can result in a performance bottleneck with larger displays, is made faster and smoother with AMD graphics hardware.

ADOBE Speedgrade Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Colour, Depth, and Detail with AMD and Adobe SpeedGrade

The entirely GPU-accelerated Adobe SpeedGrade and AMD graphics hardware provide artists the power to push the envelope—with confidence, precision, and unprecedented speed. Take video projects to the next level and beyond by pairing the robust colour grading capabilities of Adobe SpeedGrade with AMD graphics hardware. With AMD and Adobe SpeedGrade, artists can open the full dynamic range of their source footage and retain details often lost in shadows and highlights. Craft picture-perfect output for virtually any format—from smartphones to the big screen—faster with AMD GPU acceleration.
AMD GPU- and APU-accelerated features in Adobe SpeedGrade include:

Primary and Secondary Colour Correction - Apply primary colour corrections to the full frame, in combination with secondary grades for selected colour ranges within images.

Powerful Layer-based Grading - Adjust footage to compensate for gamma irregularities and colour shifts, including automatic colour calibration for QuickTime output.

Camera and Colour Space Matching - Capture Macbeth colour charts and automatically match colour spaces for footage created with different cameras.

Award-winning Stereoscopic Tools - Accelerate stereoscopic workflows with automatic geometric and colorimetric error correction and control depth placement within and between shots for comfortable viewing.

Automatic Scene Detection - Automatically identify edits from archived projects to distinguish individual shots and make short work of restoration and remastering projects.

Flexible Masking Tools - Create and modify mask shapes with intuitive drawing tools. Track and animate your mask and control feathering with precision.

Real-time Reframing and Resizing - Resize and reframe your shots and pan and scan in real time to deliver perfectly composed images for virtually any display, from handheld tablets to the big screen.

Film-style Filters and Effects - Add special filters for a stylized film look or apply effects such as sharpen, soften and glow.

Seamless workflows with AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology



[more details in PDFs]


Partner Brief - Adobe and Photoshop CS6
http://www.fireprographics.com/adobe/resources/PartnerBrief_AdobeandPhotoshop_CS6_3P.PDF


Solution Sheet
http://www.fireprographics.com/adobe/resources/AMD_Adobe_SolutionSheet_A4.pdf



AMD and Adobe Enable Brilliant Experiences
http://sites.amd.com/us/business/software-partners/adobe/Pages/adobe-pro-gfx.aspx#1



OpenCL helps AMD APU, INTEL iGPU, Radeon and GeForce users. Open standard is a good thing for consumers.



OpenCL mod for the Kindle Fire HD [PowerVR GPU]
http://www.engadget.com/2013/01/04/opencl-mod-for-the-kindle-fire-hd/

nice little video on the bottom of the page.
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AMD and Adobe announced their collaboration to enhance the Photoshop CC and Adobe Premiere experience by optimizing the software for AMD APUs, increasing productivity by enabling real-time edits and faster final render times:

http://community.amd.com/community/amd-blogs/amd-unprocessed/blog/2013/06/17/amd-performance-screams-with-just-released-adobe-photoshop-cc-and-adobe-premiere-pro-cc
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Adobe has just released Adobe Photoshop CC and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Now users can get the production releases of these flagship products which have been optimized to the massive compute power of AMD APUs, AMD Radeon™ HD graphics and AMD FirePro professional graphics to enable GPU-accelerated performance across a broad range of form factors through the OpenGL and OpenCL™ open standards.

Both Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Pro are often used by such reviewers to benchmark the capabilities of PC hardware because they are good examples of widely used, compute-intensive, non-gaming applications. These two applications are also good indicators of the direction that the mainstream software ecosystem is going relative to the use of both CPU and GPU resources in computers systems; i.e. – heterogeneous compute. We expect to see even greater adoption of this approach as the tools and system architecture evolve with our Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) initiative. The bottom line – products that can best handle Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe Photoshop are going to be great all-around compute machines for consumers in general.





Improved GPU support in Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Adobe Premiere Pro CC / Tech specs

Now Showing on AMD Everywhere – Adobe Premiere Pro with Real-Time editing and Finishing
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Whats an Adobe?

If I had some real cash, Id Adobe how its done. So many large companies are just dropping the ball, its not sad, its disgusting!
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