Discuss: Discontinued CUDA and OpenCL support on macOS is not a feature

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Aug 28, 2021 Aug 28, 2021

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"Discontinued CUDA and OpenCL support on macOS

 With the latest release, support for CUDA and OpenCL graphics rendering on macOS is no longer included with the Adobe video and audio applications.

The Adobe video and audio team is focused on Apple Metal graphics for macOS, ensuring a stable and performant user experience for our applications on the Apple platform."

 

How dare you call this a "feature."  Apple's current most powerful computer, the MacPro7,1 with AMD GPU still support OpenCL, and Adobe's performance with Metal has always been inferior to performance using OpenCL.

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Aug 28, 2021 Aug 28, 2021

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You have to understand.... Adobe is a huge ship with unlimited funds
however the CEO can't buy a new yacht if they're wasting resources on your
3 month old computer. It would be easier for them if you could just drop
another $5000 on a new Mac please and thank you. The dev team can't waste
time on continuing development for rock steady features when the new M1
chip came out. That's a waste of money.

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