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  1. I'll follow up with more information when I reboot from the only clone backup I have. In short, I upgraded to High Sierra 10.13.4, not realizing the new CUDA drivers were available only through 10.13.3. I updated the Nvidia video card driver. MacbookPro mid-2012. I decided to restore the 10.10 clone, and back off to Sierra, and CUDA does not work properly. It can be selected in Premiere Pro CC 2018, but video is only a black screen, but sequence plays audio. Can anyone enlighten me about "Metal" versus "OpenCL" selections available in Premiere Pro CC 2018? Now let me boot from the clone backup and I'll post what I have there, as I am not sure. Thanks in advance for any help from the great expertise here. I found the post about totally removing CUDA, but I'm on a Mac, and it looks like that great piece of work won't work for me.