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Nvidia GeForce GTX Ti MHz 64GB Mhz RAM If more specs would help with your input let me know and I can give a link thorough accounting. Or am I doing something wrong?So, is ray-traced rendering just not a thing in AE anymore? I'm not sure if this stops me from actually recruiting the GPU for encoding. In after effects, I am unable to use ray-traced rendering. Yes, I've made sure there are light sources. This is the wrong forum for it, but since it's a secondary question I'm going to ask anyway. There was also the suggestion to enable unsupported GPU acceleration in AE preferences, which did nothing, or to add your GPU to some whitelist. ini or txt file, but no instructions on where to find it. People said at the time that adobe was phasing ray tracing out why??? If I switch to C4D renderer, the layer becomes visible again. I can manually set that to Software Only. and performance in benchmarks is exactly in line with what I'd expect from an overclocked Ti with W power delivery. I never even suspected there might be a problem until I went into the preset settings menu. I'm pretty skeptical that adobe products even use hardware whitelists, let alone through text files. I have the latest Nvidia drivers and in fact I never had any older drivers to begin with since I built this PC a month ago. I have one other question too. There is nothing wrong with the GPU or my drivers. I'd normally assume it's normal, since how can a Ti not be supported hardware, but when rendering with mercury CUDA I'm not seeing very much GPU usage relative to idle. And if my system is not actually using the GPU for rendering then I have a serious problem obviously. That would be kind of a problem if I want to use GPU for rendering and CPU for encoding, which I've heard affects quality for some codecs. it's only just becoming viable so nvidia stopped installing specific modules which support it on their chips. Or if it's just grayed out because it's going to use whatever I pick for rendering anyway. If I untick the 3D layer checkbox, the layer becomes visible again.