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Got NVIDIA? We have a Resolume beta for you.

Post by bart » Mon Oct 26, 2009 16:49

Do you have an NVIDIA video card in your computer? We have a Resolume beta for you to try some experimental texture rendering that makes Resolume run a lot faster on NVIDIA cards. It works great on our hardware but we need some more testing on different video cards before we release this to the mainstream. So if you have an NVIDIA card and would like to test a new Resolume beta then please email us: mail@resolume.com Let us know what NVIDIA card you have and we'll send you a beta. Thanks! UPDATE: Our mailbox has flooded so beta testing is now closed. Thanks for your massive response!

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Re: Got NVIDIA? We have a Resolume beta for you.

Post by sunliter » Tue Oct 27, 2009 10:02

I got an NVIDIA FX 5200.

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Re: Got NVIDIA? We have a Resolume beta for you.

Post by Orubasarot » Fri Nov 06, 2009 03:00

Hi! Could you make an instrumental of this, just you playing the full song in guitar. It would be lovely to just hear the nice acoustic instrumental sound to it :)
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Re: Got NVIDIA? We have a Resolume beta for you.

Post by edwin » Fri Nov 06, 2009 10:58

The extention is already in use for ATI cards in Resolume 3. The thing was that we had to find out wether NVIDIA support for the extention (it's actually not an extention but part of the OpenGL 1.5 specs) is properly implemented. We had some mixed results using the NPOT extention of NVIDIA cards but now it seems to run fine. Next release will include NPOT support of NVIDIA crads. Ut gives a great performance boost esepcially when working on higher resolutions.

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Re: Got NVIDIA? We have a Resolume beta for you.

Post by massta » Wed Nov 18, 2009 17:49

Are Nvidia cards working smoothly now?

Also, is there a real advantage to running SLI; dual configured Nvidia gpu's?

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Re: Got NVIDIA? We have a Resolume beta for you.

Post by Rene » Wed Nov 18, 2009 18:06

Is there a reason for limited beta testing? - Why is it not open to all of your customers? :?: :roll:

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Re: Got NVIDIA? We have a Resolume beta for you.

Post by bart » Thu Nov 19, 2009 10:35

We usually do small scale beta testing otherwise we spend too much time emailing and answering questions from beta testers.

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Re: Got NVIDIA? We have a Resolume beta for you.

Post by wplate » Sat Nov 21, 2009 00:15

I'm on the Apple Store right now configuring a new Mac Pro for myself, and the video card option came up. Based on this thread I'm thinking NVIDIA is the choice I should make? Or should I get the ATI Radeon HD 4870 512MB?

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Re: Got NVIDIA? We have a Resolume beta for you.

Post by MrFillstroke » Sun Nov 22, 2009 02:46

please someone clear things out about nvidia and resolume. Support section says that you prefer ati, that you are using macbooks, now you make an nvidia beta test, . So i m the only one whose confused? Cant we have or start a GPU black list and see where it comes to?

sorry for being a bit of an a$$ :roll: but im really tired with laptop scouting... :cry:

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