Dual GPUs

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Does or can After Effects take advantage of two video cards? 

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Adobe Community Professional , Feb 11, 2022 Feb 11, 2022
The simple answer most definitely is "no", the more complicated answer could be "maybe". It all depends on the specifics of your GPU setup, what effects you use and so on just as well as what GPU-driuven third-party effects you may use. Generally, though, a vanilla AE simply won't be using more than a specific sub-set of GPU features, so investing in beefy GPUs is pretty much a waste of money. Mylenium

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The simple answer most definitely is "no", the more complicated answer could be "maybe". It all depends on the specifics of your GPU setup, what effects you use and so on just as well as what GPU-driuven third-party effects you may use. Generally, though, a vanilla AE simply won't be using more than a specific sub-set of GPU features, so investing in beefy GPUs is pretty much a waste of money.

 

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