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  1. #1 Redcine-X Pro 50.2.0 Now Available 
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    https://us.red.com/downloads/5340c33e26465a4b46002ddc


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    REDCINE-X Professional Build 50.2 Release Windows (64-bit) Build
    System Requirements
    64-bit Windows Vista or later
    1GB hard drive space
    8GB RAM (recommended)
    2GB GPU Video RAM (when using GPU acceleration)
    CHANGES IN THIS BUILD
    Added: Mac OS X 10.13.3 Open CL support.
    Added: FCPX XML 1.6 and 1.7 import support.
    Fixed: Image quality issues when doing IPP2 GPU Adaptive Demosaic operations.
    Fixed: REDline export issues.
    Fixed: IPP2 / RED ROCKET-X rendering issues.
    Fixed: REDline Help Text and Logging enhancements.
    Fixed: REDline support for Color Space, Gamma Curve, and HDR Peak.
    Fixed: REDline Color Science and metadata issues.
    Note: RED ROCKET-X support requires driver 2.1.31.0 and firmware 1.4.1.16 or higher.
    Note: NVIDIA Cuda acceleration requires compute capability 2.0 or higher capable GPU on Mac with the latest NVIDIA Cuda Driver.
    Note: NVIDIA/AMD OpenCL acceleration requires OpenCL 1.1 or higher capable GPU
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    I really want a version of this for Ubuntu/Linux
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    Why is the auto-update feature in RedCine broken? Will it be fixed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon MIchael Puntervold View Post
    Why is the auto-update feature in RedCine broken? Will it be fixed?
    Oddly, it worked on one of my computers a few days ago and then didn't on my other box a couple days later.
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    Has RED ever stated what’s faster; OpenCL or CUDA? You’d figure if OpenCL was faster, they’d drop support for CUDA (since I think all CUDA GPUs support OpenCL).

    EDIT: My "Check for Updates" also isn't working either (says, Nothing New Available".)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon MIchael Puntervold View Post
    Why is the auto-update feature in RedCine broken? Will it be fixed?
    Auto update is not broken. We haven't turned it on yet. Except for major releases, we usually wait a week or so to get some initial feedback from early adopters.
    If you can't reproduce it, it must have been caused by the pulse generated by the mass synchronization of digital watches.
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    Steven,

    Sorry if I posted it sooner than you would have wanted. I'm always checking for an update at the link I posted above and really never use autoupdate. I always like to have the latest version of the only program with the full implemention of the IPP2 workflow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Yaeger View Post
    Auto update is not broken. We haven't turned it on yet. Except for major releases, we usually wait a week or so to get some initial feedback from early adopters.
    Good to know!

    And does the RED Team have any opinions on OpenCL vs CUDA performance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike P. View Post
    Good to know!

    And does the RED Team have any opinions on OpenCL vs CUDA performance?
    Just ran this test on 50.2...

    Intel i9-7940x 14 core @ 4.3 Ghz
    128 RAM
    1x Titan XP
    NVME storage

    Transcoding 8KHD 8:1 Heiium clip to UHD ProRes 422 HQ. Full debayer. Clip Duration is 3:16

    CUDA: 04:46.668
    OPENCL: 04:49.681
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    Thanks DJ!

    I guess 3s is better than nothing. Wonder if playback is any smoother... something tells me it’d be negligible.
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