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Card for Sony Vegas

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I am having i5-2400 and would Sony Vegas benefit eg. like from 550TI?
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if ur looking for a optimal render setup get get yourself premier cs5.5 and get a nvidia card then google how to add it to the supported list of Mercury supported gpus so it detects the card. vegas uses default opengl which doesn't benefit from having either amd/nvidia gpus. thumb.gif


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No clue about Vegas, but I do know that Adobe Premiere will run like butter on an Nvidia card. Editing is done in realtime, adding filters and such. It's great. The entire viewport is accelerated.

Edit: It does looks like Nvidia is supported with Vegas and its shows pretty significant gains.
Edited by BizzareRide - 3/10/12 at 4:44am
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