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24Apr How much does a GPU really affect your Adobe Premiere workflow?

I’ve been talking about GPU upgrades so I thought I’d post some rendering tests I did awhile back on the GTX 670 and the GTX 285 with CS6. Adobe CS6 is a bit long in the tooth now that CC is out, but I still know a lot of people who use it. The specs on […]

10Jun Adobe Premiere pro Creative cloud now Supports OpenCL

The last few versions of Premiere pro have supported GPU acceleration which can dramatically improve rendering times as well as real time playback. Up until now that support was limited to Nvidia cards like the GTX 680 or the GTX 670 (the card I currently use). It seems Adobe is attempting to entice more users to […]

17Sep Mecury playback engine GTX 670 v.s. GTX 285 speed test

Just made it back from Boston on Saturday night and had a little bit of time to run some rendering speed tests on the GTX 670 and the GTX 285 with CS6 (finally made the upgrade).  I used two timelines, the first I’ll call the “Easy timeline” which is composed of a 2 minute and 42 second […]

02Aug The GTX 670 4GB for CS5.5

After all of that research into graphics cards, I was dead set on the GTX 570 as the next upgrade to my editing workstation. But when I was about to check out, I saw Amazon’s “Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought” banner at the bottom of the screen with the GTX 670 4GB card at the front […]

01Aug Need to decrease your rendering times in CS6?

I’ve been using a Nvidia GTX 285 2GB card for rendering since CS5, but it’s always interesting to see what newer, more powerful cards can do. For larger projects it can sometimes take the GTX 285 over an hour to render a complex timeline, but how much would it be worth to have that same […]