In the latest version of Lightroom Classic CC (8.2), Adobe has added a new featured called “Enhanced Details” which uses machine learning to improve the quality of the debayering process for RAW images. This is very GPU-intensive, so we wanted to see exactly how much faster it can be on a modern, high-end GPU.
While we just recently tested the RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti in After Effects CC 2018, a number of changes have happened that prompted us to update our testing. Will the update to CC 2019, launch of the RTX 2070, or launch of the Intel Core i9 9900K change our conclusions or are powerful GPUs still unnecessary for most Ae users?
Photoshop uses the video card to accelerate a number of tasks, but a high end GPU is rarely necessary to get great performance. Do the RTX cards follow this trend in the latest version of Photoshop CC 2019, or will we finally see a reason to use a high-end GPU?
NVIDIA’s new RTX cards perform very well in Premiere Pro, but Premiere tends to be limited by the CPU more than the GPU. Because of this, is there any reason to use the RTX 2080 or 2080 Ti over the more affordable RTX 2070?
DaVinci Resolve heavily leverages the GPU to improve performance which means that the new RTX cards should give excellent performance. This article is a follow-up to the RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti testing we did recently and adds results for the RTX 2070 8GB card.
Premiere Pro CC utilizes the GPU to enhance performance for a number of tasks but it is often more important to get the right CPU than it is to get a faster GPU. NVIDIA’s new RTX series cards have general performance increases like you would expect, but much of what makes these cards interesting are the addition of two new features: Tensor cores and RT cores.
DaVinci Resolve heavily leverages the GPU to improve performance which means that the new RTX cards should give excellent performance. What makes these cards even more interesting is the fact that Blackmagic has already stated that they will be using the new turing cores on these cards to “accelerate AI inferencing for graphics enhancement”.
After Effects has had a bit of a rocky relationship with video cards ever since GPU acceleration was added back in 2015 with little reason to use more than a mid-range video card. However, NVIDIA’s new RTX series cards are here and they bring to the table two new features that may finally give you a reason to invest in a high-end GPU for After Effects: Tensor cores and RT cores.
Photoshop does utilize the video card to accelerate a number of tasks, but a high end GPU is rarely necessary to get great performance. Do the RTX cards follow this trend, or do the new RT and tensor cores give them a performance advantage?
DaVinci Resolve is able to heavily utilize the GPU (or multiple GPUs) to greatly improve performance, but are you better off using an NVIDIA GeForce card or an AMD Radeon card?.