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Old 01-28-2020, 02:23 AM   #11
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Thanks for the link Ron. Reading the tea leaves one would think Edius 10 will be announced at NAB and just might have GPU assist as a fundamental architecture change. Lets hope for their sake as folks will not hang around for Edius 11...
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Old 01-28-2020, 02:46 AM   #12
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I also think NAB but may not be available straight away. Obviously changes have to be GPU assist( decode and encode ), full 10bit or greater and as Alex says cooperative team work flow etc.Also agree that if they do not meet the competition it will be very difficult to compete in the future in the general market. Broadcast may be different though though even there the GPU assist and 10 bit operation will be needed even for a few 4K or 8K tracks and HLG encode. I feel the real competition is Resolve that has come on greatly in the last two years. First time I tried it several years ago I was confused and it didn`t work very well. Not now and it already has all these features including team collaboration.
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Old 01-28-2020, 01:49 PM   #13
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If Edius does get GPU assist, the Intel link will be broken and more of us will probably build AMD systems. I think Intel has always missed an opportunity with their Quicksync technology. They should have broken this part out of the CPU and made it a separate decode/encode chip in the HEDT chipsets. This would have given software like Edius a boost without needing the GPU. Now that all of the software uses GPU, Intels edge with SSE instructions is not as strong. But they do not care about our tiny market segment anyway.

In the end, I don't care much anymore, just want realtime playback!
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This thread is wandering off into speculation which is more appropriate in the Lounge. Please stay on topic.
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