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@ Gregster - CUDA and Editors

Post #1 by Dicehunter » Mon Oct 12, 2015 10:09 pm

This is mainly for Gregster.

Up until around 3 hours ago I was using Vegas like you but managed to try Adobe Premier Pro CC 2015 and it fully supports Maxwell GPU Acceleration unlike Vegas, Cut my render times in half and only took me around an hour or so of watching youtube videos to get to grips with fade in/outs for volume and video etc...

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Re: @ Gregster - CUDA and Editors

Post #2 by ObscureParadox » Tue Oct 13, 2015 10:16 pm

Got to be careful with a few of the programs that use GPUs for rendering as it can massively reduce the quality of the video outputted. Best use CPU if time isn't a huge issue for you.
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Re: @ Gregster - CUDA and Editors

Post #3 by Dicehunter » Tue Oct 13, 2015 10:38 pm

I've had a play around in premier pro with both CPU + GPU and there isn't a hairs difference between them literally only the amount of time it takes to render :)
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Re: @ Gregster - CUDA and Editors

Post #4 by TX-OC » Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:05 pm

Iv'e been planning to switch to premiere pro for a long time but i never actually got around to learning the basics of it, but with so many advantages i think its about time to make the switch. Do you find navigating around premiere pro to be better than sony vegas?
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Re: @ Gregster - CUDA and Editors

Post #5 by Dicehunter » Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:10 pm

TX-OC wrote:Iv'e been planning to switch to premiere pro for a long time but i never actually got around to learning the basics of it, but with so many advantages i think its about time to make the switch. Do you find navigating around premiere pro to be better than sony vegas?


Around the same to be honest, Took me around an hour of watching youtube videos on the stuff I did in vegas and I was good to go :)
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Re: @ Gregster - CUDA and Editors

Post #6 by TX-OC » Thu Oct 15, 2015 5:16 pm

Dicehunter wrote:
Around the same to be honest, Took me around an hour of watching youtube videos on the stuff I did in vegas and I was good to go :)


would you say that it is similar to adobe photoshop ? I have some experience with photoshop too so I'm hoping that there are some similarities :)
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Re: @ Gregster - CUDA and Editors

Post #7 by Dicehunter » Thu Oct 15, 2015 6:24 pm

TX-OC wrote:
would you say that it is similar to adobe photoshop ? I have some experience with photoshop too so I'm hoping that there are some similarities :)


I've never used any other Adobe product so I couldn't really say to be honest.
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