In the latest issue of CPU magazine I read an article about GPGPU (General Purpose GPU) processing. Supposedly, some new apps, especially those involved with intensive audio, video, animation, or modeling computation, are now able to "offload" some of the rendering to the GPU, instead of sending it all to the CPU, assuming you have a sufficiently powerful graphics adapter (like most in this forum likely do).
Does Premiere have this capability? And if so, what version did it first appear in? It may take an Adobe programmer to answer this question, but I know there's some pretty smart users on this forum. Thanks.
Well then, that pretty much answers my question. I'm always looking for ways to tweak more rendering speed outa my system, and have already done all the usual things. But at that price, I'll pass on GPGPU and just render a little more slowly. Thanks.