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Hi guys!

I’m going to buy a new GPU . What do you think is the best choice for Premiere full hd editing and After Effects ? Can someone me explain ? :) I’m not strong in these hardware questions….

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Just make sure the card you get is on the AECS6 whitelist.

In CS6 , search for the raytracer_supported_cards.txt file. On a Mac it will be part of the application itself. (right-click and choose Show Package Contents). You can edit this list to force Ae to recognise other cards, but beware: there is a reason that other cards are not on this list. Also, make sure your Ae is the most upto date version before checking the list, as new cards are being added all the time.


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