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    2 comments  ·  After Effects  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    And don't answer, it would cost too much.

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    2734 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » 3rd Party Software  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello everyone,

    first of all: thanks to all the people who joined in the last two days to vote and comment on this particular item. Please stick around and tell us what else you’d like to see implemented or improved moving forward.

    If you were wondering why this post was offline for a couple of hours: it’s because of this quick surge in votes. It triggered a spam filter (and it took me a little while to figure out how to undo this without losing the comments).

    Since several people posted in the meantime about Adobe not being interested in your feedback, let me assure you that this is about as far from the reality as it gets. We truly appreciate your candid feedback.

    That said, a word of caution: while this item is now at the top due to a person with a good following on Twitter creating awareness,…

    Alexander Freese commented  · 

    I don't understand how DaVinci Resolve can support all platforms and Adobe can not. I just don't like the argument "it isn't a simple thing to do", macOS uses POSIX and Linux too, so there shouldn't be any CPU problems. I can even play GPU demanding games and the developers didn't even care about "Linux Gaming". And "testing against several of the major flavours", just consider Arch for rolling release, Ubuntu for Debian based, and REHL or Fedora. I know 3 is a high number, but in the end, Linux is Linux, and the only thing that is to be considered is Kernel version, and GPU driver version.

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    377 comments  ·  After Effects » Performance  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Hello everybody!

    (This post was co-authored by Tim Kurkoski (After Effects Product Owner), Andrew Cheyne (After Effects Engineering Manager), and Victoria Nece (After Effects Product Manager).)

    This thread has been sitting here for quite a while without a response. To start, we want to apologize for that. We haven’t been ignoring you or your feedback – this is just a particularly complex topic. That said, it’s time for us to check in with you, clarify a few things, and give you an idea of what we’re looking at for the future of After Effects, especially when it comes to performance.

    To start, we fully understand that you want After Effects to be as fast as it can be – utilizing your computer’s hardware resources to render as fast as possible. Over the last several years, we have been working on the performance of After Effects constantly. Sometimes those performance gains…

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