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  • Getting back into Newblue FX

    It's been almost 2 years since I stopped using NewBlue effects and transitions since at the time it always made problems with Edius crashes and effects weren't that smooth and Edius freezing etc...

    I wanted to know if anyone uses Newblue effects these days and how is your Edius experience with it?
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    Why don't you download the new gpu effect trial packages. If you have a decent system with a good video card, you should be fine with the gpu power.
    Give em a try and see for yourself. Keep in mind that these are trials and the official release date has not been announced. With NAB on the horizon, it might be pretty soon.
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    • #3
      Just wanted to mention, at the moment the trial versions posted on our website just point to our regular, non-GPU versions. If you would like to try the GPU versions, we have a few demo "collections" available for download here that include trials for multiple products: