DirectX 11 - Video editing software that accesses GPU?
Frage von Wuffi: Januar 2010
you all Happy New Year 2010 :-)
I was planning to me zuzulegen new PC, which will render quickly but, as up to ¬ 1500 may cost the PC. Have a look at the graphics cards of HD5xxx that support all DirectX 11, it is meaningless for me? I work with Magix Video Deluxe 16, though the software supports DirectX 11 yet, but may in the future might change, that would have a future-proof graphics card. In any case, I would have Intel Core i7 with at least 2.8 GHz, as I said, it must be extremely fast in terms of rendering. Or do you have other tips for me? Magix always prefers more of ATI graphics cards, HD vsfür cuts. ACHVD is even recommended for NVIDIA GeForce and is indirectly rejected of Magix. But I hear again and again synonymous CUDA, but which is only available on GeForce, with DirectX 11 will be over, but there are already video software which, instead of DirectX 11 on GPU (CUDA accesses)?
I look forward to your tips, thank you!
Antwort von tommyb:
The Magix software is probably the wrong horse for you;)
Either you're going with with Adobe Premiere or Edius. Both make use of the graphics card, but this is not particularly active (valid for some effects, encoding, but not to my knowledge).
What counts is the moment still a lot of processor power, and since you're with a Core i7 good about it. Take quietly for a 920, because this is the price / performance ratio WEEEEIT is better than the other horses with a bit more Mhz (the only exception, only the 850/860 - but who has a different base!).
Check in every case, the
Antwort von Wuffi:
Thank you, I rather stay at Magix, because of her handling of it is the best of what is available. Adobe has a very bad reputation, but at the moment (see here here), sorry but I like wide berth Adobe because Adobe are often too expensive and the service is very bad. Since I'm much better with Magix law. Edius I've heard time and angetestet, but I prefer to stay with Magix ;-) Better to video editing software CyberLink of which accesses CUDA. :-)
Because RAID I have already made synonymous idea, but I heard if a plate of precipitates, all data is gone, is it so? If it really were so, then I'd rather lose RAID :-)
Antwort von Alf_300:
@ If a plate of fail, all data is gone, it is so? If it really were so, then I'd rather lose RAID :-)
If you raid without the plate precipitates are of course the data is not Futsch -;