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Today, I’ll be showing you how to enable GPU Acceleration in Sony Vegas Pro 11 ! Before we get into the details, keep in mind that to have the ability to enable GPU Acceleration in Sony Vegas Pro 11 you will need a graphics card that is supported for this. Don’t worry about checking this online, when we try to enable GPU Acceleration in Vegas Pro 11 we’ll find out whether or not your graphics card will allow it!
To enable GPU Acceleration in Sony Vegas Pro 11 we’ll do the following:
If you go to Media Generators/Video FX/Transitions, collapse all the menu’s into their folders. You’ll see a folder called “GPU Acceleration” in each of the above sections mentioned. If you expand this folder, you’ll find media generators/video fx/transitions that can benefit from GPU acceleration in Vegas Pro 11 ! Your preview will also benefit from the GPU acceleration, meaning you can preview at better quality with less “lag”. GPU Acceleration will also help improve rendering times for .avc files.
If you don’t have another option for “GPU Acceleration of video processing” and it only says “OFF”, then you need to check the following: