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    I'm being thwarted by this error at the moment. I only started experiencing it when I updated not long ago to Nvidia driver R390 U9 (392.37) (February 22, 2019) for Quadro K620 graphics card and updated to CC 2020.

    I am now on nVidia driver R450 U1 (451.48) (Release Date: 2020.6.24) and getting CUDA errors on the timeline too.

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    7 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Effects & Transitions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Reporting that this is still an ongoing issue! See attached screenshots from a video. The first image shows the graphics fading up from black with the mask visible. The next image shows the mask half revealing the title and the final image shows the title fully revealed. Very frustrating. I was experiencing this problem on and off before updating CC last week too.

    Premiere Pro 14.3.0 (Build 38)

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    Ben Spear commented  · 

    Yes please!

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    5 comments  ·  After Effects » Compositing & effects  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Ben Spear commented  · 

    Oh I just thought of a workaround by using a shape as an alpha matte. The shape can be Parented to a Null leaving you able to adjust the shape of the path and apply 'feather' with a blur filter. Hope that helps? It might mean creating a lot more layers rather than being able to apply multiple masks to one layer... Works a treat for what I needed!

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    Ben Spear commented  · 

    @Felix this is exactly what I am after doing. First time trying to Parent a mask to the Null I have applied my tracking data to... and can't quite believe it isn't possible straight out of the box :/

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