Graphics cards for video editing

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  1. adam.hussain787

    adam.hussain787 New Member

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    Hi, could anyone help me with finding a graphics card to purchase for getting fast render speeds and editing 4k footage, just an overall good graphics card for heavy video editing,
    Thank you.

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    Cuda or OpenCL support? And do the programs you use support the actual internal hardware encoders/decoders of the cards at a low level extent? (most do not).

    I've found the vram of the r7 360's usually sufficient enough for most gpu tasks, and the gpu is usually more than sufficiently capable of handling 4k content easily. However the newer Rx 460 would arguably do a LOT more due to it's more advanced encoder/decoder plus hardware HEVC/h.265 standards.
     
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    NVIDIA has an advantage when it comes to graphics cards for video editing. You may try NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti or you may take advantage of NVIDIA's CUDA technology for super efficient rendering when it comes to video editing.
     

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