Analyse in new stabilizer, is it CPU or GPU based ?

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Denis Pilon

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Analyse in new stabilizer, is it CPU or GPU based ?

PostTue Oct 17, 2017 7:23 pm

I have a question about the analyse of the new stabilizer in R14, that it is incredible by the way !!!

For the analyse, is it CPU or GPU based ?

If it is CPU, is there a way in the future to upgrade to GPU for faster analyse ?

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Re: Analyse in new stabilizer, is it CPU or GPU based ?

PostTue Oct 17, 2017 10:59 pm

some users report that the GPU is not used when stabilizing, so I guess it is CPU. It is fast, but I think the fact that you can't do anything else while stabilizing makes it more painful to use. And another thing to improve would be to be able to select a bunch of clips and stabilize them with one mouse click, not one by one. Is it possible?

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