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AMD Teams with Adobe on Multi-Frame Rendering Using AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO Processors

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AMD and Adobe have a long-standing relationship to deliver the best content creation workflows to innovators everywhere. I am proud of the work that AMD and Adobe have done to maximize the performance of Adobe After Effects with the new Multi-Frame Rendering feature. This key innovation can increase application performance by up to 448%.



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Visual effects, motion graphics and compositing artists all over the world rely on Adobe After Effects for use in feature film post-production, television, and video games. With solutions for keying, animation, compositing, and tracking, After Effects is an essential digital content creation tool. Now including support for Multi-Frame rendering, After Effects users can take advantage of many CPU cores to help accelerate exports via Media Encoder as well as for more seamless preview rendering performance.

A common request among After Effects users in recent years has been for the application to take advantage of multiple CPU cores for some of its most time-consuming tasks like rendering effects and encoding. In the past, high core count workstations would run significantly under-utilized due to the single threaded nature of these key compute tasks.

Adobe has made significant improvements in this area with the recently announced Multi-Frame rendering support for After Effects. With these improvements, artists should consider how a workstation powered by AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO processors can accelerate their creative process.

For more information, please attend Adobe Max Session S604: Wicked Fast Multi-Frame Rendering with Threadripper PRO, hosted by Ben Brownlee of Boris FX and Jonathan Winbush.

About the Author
Andy Parma is the workstation segment leader for AMD Ryzen™ PRO and AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper™ PRO processors. He has over ten years experience in the semiconductor business. Andy has a BSEE degree from Texas A&M University and an MBA from Southern Methodist University.