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After Effects and Intel based MacPro Computers

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After Effects has had some serious export issues when using an Intel Mac based computer. GridIron Nucleo fixes this problem, but if you do not want to drop $150 to fix this problem I thought you would like a free native solution.
Closed all other Rosetta apps and processes, lowered the memory settings WAY down (max memory to 30%, Max RAM Cache to 15%). This should up your rendering to more than twice as fast on a G5 or Mac Pro running 6.5!

Here is a proven set up system:

1. Mac Pro 2 x Dual-core Xeon 2.66, MacOS 10.4.8
2. Final Cut Studio 5.1 on same machine
3. 3GB RAM, all Apple - 2x512 on one riser, 2x1GB on the other
4. Did NOT use Migration Assistant (no one who uses pro apps should)
5. Trash prefs and workspaces.

This is a great starting point to get After Effects to work on you system but you may have other conflicts with various programs.

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