Does Sony Vegas Pro 12 support Intel CPU technologies?

Such as Quick Sync and Hyper-Threading?

If so, what kind of performances increases can I see with them?

Thx! :D

-Chase
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  1. I found the answer within 10 seconds of using Google.

    Can you do the same as well?
  2. jaguarskx said:
    I found the answer within 10 seconds of using Google.

    Can you do the same as well?
    Ok, link(s) please? Can you answer every part of my question without sounding like an ***?
  3. ChaseCTech said:
    Ok, link(s) please? Can you answer every part of my question without sounding like an ass?



    Hi :)

    He is trying to teach you how to find YOUR OWN answers...like an adult....

    But going by your response, its not working...

    Toms Hardware has RULES by the way and you just broke one of the major ones....now if you GOOGLE Toms Hardware Rules, you will know which one.....

    Then , like an adult you can apologise....

    All the best Brett :)
  4. Brett928S2 said:
    Hi :)

    He is trying to teach you how to find YOUR OWN answers...like an adult....

    But going by your response, its not working...

    Toms Hardware has RULES by the way and you just broke one of the major ones....now if you GOOGLE Toms Hardware Rules, you will know which one.....

    Then , like an adult you can apologise....

    All the best Brett :)
    1. I've tried looking for them, and I couldn't find them, a link to his answers would help even if they were right in front of my face
    2. I've looked at the Tom's Hardware rules, and a donkey definitely isn't a swear (I've censored it now for you anyways)
    3. I'm no stranger to google, and I would appreciate it if you (or he) would answer my question.
    4. Smiley faces dont make what your saying happy...

    HAVE A SPECTACULAR DAY! :)
  5. k1114 said:
    Yes.
    anything else? seriously people.
  6. I can't answer the second question, depends on the cpu.
  7. The second question is too vague.
  8. How is it vague?

    Ah, whatever. I'll find a way to contact Sony.

    Thanks for (not) helping everyone
  9. Hyperthreading compared to....?
  10. Hi :)

    WHY do children say "whatever" so much these days ??

    Its not only grammatically incorrect, it makes them sound a little dim....

    All the best Brett :)
  11. Here I am answering your questions ignoring any rudeness by others and you want to be rude to me. You have lost my help.
  12. closing one eye, i will help you.. here...

    http://www.sonycreativesoftware.com/vegaspro/gpuacceleration

    it says that ''sony tech support gpu acceleration........depending on your gpu & cpu capabilities.''

    so, that said, sony vegas 12 only support gpu acceleration juices... and cpu like hyperthreading, etc, only helps the gpu acceleration.

    so, i posted a link and an answer. so give me the best answer.
  13. I had already answered his first question. Quicksync is not opencl gpu acceleration. So your link is not even the same topic as this thread. Hyperthreading only helping gpu acceleration is slightly incorrect. It is one thing it can help with among many others. HT is a cpu feature and gives more performance to the cpu in multithreaded software such as vegas.
  14. Plus, in Vegas when you render using your GPU it still uses your CPU. I render with Vegas and it takes advantage of HT on my 2600K, as well as my GPU.
  15. Brett928S2 said:
    Hi :)
    WHY do children say "whatever" so much these days ??

    Its not only grammatically incorrect, it makes them sound a little dim....

    All the best Brett :)



    *cough* glass houses.
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