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CUDA Not Working in After Effects

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I followed this guide the other day found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97374JQm6QQ. I keep on getting stuck on step three when bob tells you to type in this command into terminal:

/Applications/Adobe\ Premiere\ Pro\ CC/Adobe\ Premiere\ Pro\ CC.app/Contents/GPUSniffer.app/Contents/MacOS/GPUSniffer
(In his video, he is using the CS6 version while I am using CC. I changed the "CS6" to "CC" for my code.)

I have tried this command several times and keep on getting an error message saying "No such file directory". I can't think of anything else to do to make this work. I am running a GTX 750ti and according to NVIDIA, it should be supported in CUDA. Ideas?
 
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If you're using the latest (After Effects CC 2014) then you don't need to do any tweaks like that post-installation of nvidia CUDA drivers. I've got a GTX 780 which isn't on the supported list and it works fine with CUDA enabled in After Effects CC 2014. You'll just get a message saying that your GPU is not officially supported but will still work with CUDA.

You can upgrade for free to CC 2014 through your Adobe subscription.
 
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