DaVinci Resolve - Not seeing any benefits from EGPU
So, I changed to a Vega 56 and the benefits in the timeline are still not that noticeable, but the render time (with de-noise/Lut nodes) is about twice as fast as the internal 460 pro. So, I'm happy enough.
As an aside, using the script that Chippy recommended above on After Effects, I am an seeing a massive improvement. So thanks for that!
Glad it worked. Did you have to make any changes to preferences before you saw the eGPU benefit in AE?
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Were the changes that you saw in FCPX with the set-eGPU.sh ? Also is the performance in the timeline slightly better but not worse right? Last thing, do you see any performance improvements during stabilization or when you have color effects applied?
I am debating whether I should get the Vega56 for FCPX use with the new MBP15"...
Thanks for the feedback!
Chippy - No, no changes to AE preferences. It just...worked 🙂
kotlos - Yes, I tried set-eGpu for FCPX and timeline is better along with stabilisation and colour etc.
The new MBP15" would be a great choice with its larger RAM and better CPU. For me, the Vega 56 was a good choice.
Just purchased a XFX RX 5700 XT graphics card with a razer core x EGPU. I have a 2018 15' Mac book Pro. Is it worth upgrading Davinci Resolve to the paid version? The EGPU doesn't seem to make a difference with the free version of Davinic... will it make a significant difference with paid one? Thanks!
I've got timeline acceleration only with headless adapter (i don't use external monitor at this time).