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I believe SCS views Vegas as purely a consumer product that is unable to attract the super pros that actually work on big productions with the most cache. I apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Salazar Studio 473,416 views 7:14 Absolute best & Fastest Render Setting Sony Vegas 13 720p - 1080p - Duration: 13:26. It was reported to me that Sony Vegas will use two video cards.

Sony Vegas No Gpu Available Gtx 970

Why does my GPU not speed up render times?In addition to the powerful GPU-accelerated video processing that is enabled by default and supported on any GPU supporting OpenCL (with certain restrictions Regardless of whether CUDA/OpenCL is favoured by an individual, Sony should make the latest cards compatible with Vegas. http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/gpu_power_in_vegas_pro_11 Hope there's something there to help you. #3 3DVagabond, Sep 19, 2015 RussianSensation Elite Member Joined: Sep 5, 2003 Messages: 19,337 Likes Received: 426 PrincessFrosty said: ↑ I have Another problem is stability with the older drivers and Sony Vegas and Sony Movie Studio.

Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution Altzone wrote on 12/30/2014, 06:39 AM Yes, I have the latest drivers, and the drivers that came with the Gigabyte The latest AMD R7 370 and the AMD R9 series work well with Sony Vegas Pro and Sony Movie Studio. While I am not saying you can’t use NVIDIA video cards, you can, but the performance will not be anywhere near what you get with an AMD video card. Sony Vegas 13 No Gpu Available Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...

Sony AVC Encoder When it comes to using the Sony AVC encoder when you render to export your video, we found it is best to set it to use the CPU Sony Vegas Not Using Gpu Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect The next video is startingstop Loading... Unfortunately, Sony Movie Studio 13.0 Platinum is one of these applications that will only access one architecture and this is RADEON. http://www.tomsguide.com/answers/id-2266457/sony-vegas-pro-gpu-speeding-rendering.html Sony Video Editing Software Won't Access NVIDIA GPUs I purchased Sony Movie Studio Platinum 13.0 from Amazon (full version).

I can understand for their more consumer level software but c'mon now, if they want to play in the professional space then they need to step up their gpu support, especially No Gpu Available Sony Vegas The MainConcept AVC codec shows CUDU is available but it's as slow as wet wet, many times slower than Sony AVC with just CPU (i7 3770K). Tech City 44,845 views 4:56 BIG DIFFERENCE GPU VS CPU video rendering rendering in Sony Vegas 11, 12, 13; - Duration: 6:46. I find it hard to believe that if NVidia actually supported OpenCL that their cards would not perform better and with less troubles in Vegas.

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So this is something you might want to test on your system, with the type of footage you are using. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2496312/sony-vegas-render-problem-gpu.html The GPU encoder is not as good as the CPU encoder, at lower bit rates. Sony Vegas No Gpu Available Gtx 970 Alternatively, the OP can re-assess his future GPU upgrade path in 2016-2017 based on the performance of future cards in Sony Vegas Pro and their compatibility/performance with Oculus Rift. Sony Vegas Pro 13 No Gpu Available TruuMpz 88,540 views 5:25 GPU acceleration the final - Duration: 7:56.

I even MD5 hashed and they are identical.Click to expand... weblink Looking into my crystal ball over here, it seems like PC support for Vegas is ending. The AMD R9 380 gave us a 29.97 fps on the timeline playback, while the NVIDIA GTX-980 only gave us a 21 fps playback on the timeline with the footage we I realize Sony was probably hoping that OpenCL would be the single unified API that worked great across all brands, but it's turning out to be more like its an AMD Sony Vegas Maxwell Support

Which actually isn't a bad thing as the video quality is much better when you set the MainConcept AVC encoder to CPU. Now that it is GPU accelerated you can achieve smooth playback even with a full chain of color correction plug-ins. Loading... navigate here GeForce 337.88 or Quadro/Tesla 341.05 (an R340 driver) or older is required for GPU-accelerated AVC rendering.

Loading... Sony Vegas Cuda Not Working By installing the CUDA toolkit, it allows Sony Vegas to use GPU acceleration the way it suppose to and stops the mid-pause hanging glitch.Link to download CUDA drivershttps://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-dow...Love what I do? Working...

I am prodded into thinking about JVC again - as a deliver of a 4k camera that can simultaneously shoot work files for the web.

Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution marky1 wrote on 03/27/2015, 11:34 AM i in a major complaint to sony re misinformation on graphics cards and asked That workflow speaks nothing of "scripting". Best Regards, Yugendar NVIDIA Customer Care Thanks Quote More Direct link Report Direct link Report the solution ushere wrote on 03/19/2015, 06:06 AM not that it's of much comfort but i Sony Vegas Gtx 960 So in that respect I didn't purchase a tool with shortcomings, Vegas Pro worked just fine years ago but it's been slowly falling behind over the years and revealing it's gpu

Using this test system which has a AMD FX-6300 CPU with 16 gigs of RAM we ran the following tests with footage from a Canon 60D camera. Obviously, these video cards will give you faster render for export times with the MainConcept AVC encoder, since the encoder was written specifically for these video cards. Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology > his comment is here This page is Copyright © 2016, Studio 1 Productions Inc.

You would probably be better off with a 5820K @ 4.5ghz and an AMD graphics card for this program. At the end of the day Vegas Pro is supposed to be for their "pro' audience, so I don't think their lax gpu support is acceptable in 2015. iNvRG 15,490 views 8:10 AMD vs NVIDIA | Gaming vs 3D Rendering | Things you should know before shopping graphics card - Duration: 6:53. With the AMD R9-280, you can see that the AMD card gave me the same results whether or not I had the Sony AVC encoder set to use the CPU or

I would jump ship to Premiere Pro if it had powerful scripting like Vegas Pro does because I tried it's free trial and it's gpu support was far superior to what Sign in to make your opinion count. Daniel Rose 75,841 views 6:45 Loading more suggestions... Sony Vegas Pro and Sony Movie Studio use OpenCL for timeline playback and Sony’s GPU accelerated effects.

Sorry, no Magix here. Nvidia's cards don't handle OpenCL as well as AMD cards because they are designed for CUDA. Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. No, create an account now.

That concept works very well into say a news website where you are shooting invaluable footage but need the immediacy of web delivered files. Sign in to add this video to a playlist. cscsch 32,789 views 1:37:53 EEVblog #698 - GPU Video Rendering - Duration: 24:49. I went back and did it again with CPU only, all other settings the same.

You either need to use QuickSync or invest in a different CPU, as the GPU is only useful for rendering, not encoding. #25 ViRGE, Sep 22, 2015 (You must log