2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 28, 2012 3:49 AM by Harm Millaard

    CUDA for CS6 or OPEN GL

    frybluff

      I have always been under the impression that Premier Pro utilizes CUDA for graphic acceleration and that, if using consumer graphics, nVidia should be used for its CUDA capabilities. I also understood that whilst the "approved list" for cards for graphic acceleration is very limited basically to a few Fermi cards, Kepler based cards were suitable; it was just a case of "introducing" them so they were recognized by the software. Lately, I have been hearing that that is no longer the case and Open GL is used instead, opening up the suitability to AMD graphics cards. I have also heard that this is in the "process" of being changed. Confess I am confused. Could someone possibly point me in the right direction. Many thanks.