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Open GL question for a X1300


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kyshak

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i have been doing a lot of After Effects work and i need to get the open GL to work within AE but i don't know if my card even has it or how to turn it on. i asked AMD for help, but well im sure you all know how that went. any help would be appreciated.

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According to Adobe, After Effects CS4 OpenGL is only available in the following cards:

NVIDIA Quadro FX 4500*/5600
NVIDIA Quadro FX 350/370/540/560/570/1400/1500/1700/ 3400/3450/3700/4400/4500/4600/5500
NVIDIA GeForce 200 series
NVIDIA GeForce 9 Series
NVIDIA GeForce 7 and 8 Series
ATI Radeon HD 4000 series
ATI Radeon HD2000 and HD3000 Series
ATI Radeon X1600-X1950 series

Cards that only support OpenGL 1.5 has limited support in After Effects, but if you have no OpenGL support at all it means your card does not support the technology.
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why thank you sir!! no really this was driving me joker crazy...

guess this means i HAVE to upgrade...anybody want a kidney for 6 grand?


didn't even think to check Adobe...
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