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EIAS 9.1 and Catalina

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I'm looking to replace my old MacBook Pro (mid 2014) for a new laptop like the new 16 inch MacBook Pro.

I supposed it will come with Catalina and cannot be downgraded to an older MacOS so I need to know if EIAS 9.1 and all my plug-ins will run fine on that OS or if I have to wait to the new version of EIAS.

Thanks,

Maher

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Same here, but I doubt that.

By the way anyone who got CUDA running on a MacBook Pro Mid 2010 with NVIDIA GT 330m under High Sierra?

regards

Frankg

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Ola my friends!

EIAS 9.1 will not run on OS Catalina, since the new OS is full 64 bits :(
EIAS v10 is already running on the new OS :)

I did a test this week with v10, loading a 3.58GB .obj model! v10 loaded and I tried also Modo, crashed.

Thanks

Tom

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Hmmm… if I buy this 64 GB Ram monster during the black week how long do I have to wait for EIAS 10 to load tons of GB files in? :)

Regards

Frankg

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Hi Tomas,

 

Since I buy this machine very soon. Could EIAS run in Parallels under An older MacOS as guest system?

 

regards

 

Frankg

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Ola Tomas,

Can we use a Catalina Mac as a rendering slave node with Renderama, Camera 9.1 and plug-ins already 64 bits and spool jobs done in EIAS 9.1 from an older Mac?

Maher 

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