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Ya.. doesn't bother me though as I'm editing two GH2's usually so I need CUDA and it's for straight cuts so I don't need great quality. It woud be nice if it were a bit better though. It was better in CS5.
Ok, so it is not me!
Intel 2600K cpu on Asus P8P67 Pro mobo
16 GB ram
GTX 480 display card
Two SATA 3 1TB drives RAID 0 for video
SATA 3 500 Gig sys drive
750W power supply.
I guess I should also posted my specs:
i7 970 6 core
24GB Gskill 1600
120 GB OCZ SSD
2TB video drive
1TB WD Black program drive
MSI GTX 560 Ti OC
Win 7 -64 Pro
I'm having the same problem on a Mac Pro with a GTX285 and Premiere CS5.5. Multicam window is extremely pixelated with CUDA/Mercury Playback Engine turned on. I turn it back to Software and it's just fine. 90% of my editing is done w/ Multicam--this is unacceptable.
This is what's so infuriating about Adobe CS. Since CS3 I've been buying this software, and there's a bunch of good stuff but something ALWAYS breaks. And you put up with it until you finally give up and buy CS4...where you get a bunch more great stuff but now it's something new that's broken. And the trend continues with CS5.5 it seems.
Here is a thread I started for exactly the same reason 2 weeks ago ...
I stronly suggest you make abug/feature request if you want to see it addressed.