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    Is this something that can at all be implemented on opencl for AMD cards like the Vega 64 or is it totally out of the realm of possibility?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blair Thornton View Post
    Is this something that can at all be implemented on opencl for AMD cards like the Vega 64 or is it totally out of the realm of possibility?
    I seem to recall Jarred mentioning they're gonna do it after CUDA, but it sounded like at least another half-year... And the CUDA one hasn't even really rolled out yet (it's still beta... and windows only).
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    Am I dumb or am I missing the chroma noise reduction or flashing pixels settings? Is it supposed to be in the right hand panel under the image tab?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron Lochert View Post
    Am I dumb or am I missing the chroma noise reduction or flashing pixels settings? Is it supposed to be in the right hand panel under the image tab?
    You'll need to right click and enable the Panel. It's in the Release Notes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex.E View Post
    You'll need to right click and enable the Panel. It's in the Release Notes.
    Thanks! I definitely missed that.
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    Anyone do any comparisons between the old Denoise+DEB vs the new Chroma NR? Would love some Dragon split screens.
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    I can't wait to try this... especially since I have a new machine with an 8GB GPU now. :)

    I am however mired in a small quandary regarding the external GPU I'm planning to get when bux allow... debating between a 2080Ti and a Radeon VII... if the performance improvements are going to get ported to the Radeon line then it might be worth the wait in exchange for both saving money and having more memory. And then there's ProRender... tough choice, either way.
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    Loving the Chroma noise reduction. D.E.B. for the other sensors! It makes Helium noise look very filmic, and can push ISO just a little bit more. I can't wait until this is part of the SDK to use it in Resolve!
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    Having some serious issues where it wont even bring up previews with my RTX2080. Seems like it goes between running out of gpu memory and then something about parcing. Also am running latest drivers. Any ideas? Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon Zebell View Post
    Having some serious issues where it wont even bring up previews with my RTX2080. Seems like it goes between running out of gpu memory and then something about parcing. Also am running latest drivers. Any ideas? Thanks!
    RTX Titan X with 24 GB for 8k
    RTX 2080ti with 11 GB for 5/6k (without heavy noise reduction).
    RTX 2080 with 8GB for 4k (without heavy noise reduction).
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