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    what do i need to look for in regards to a good graphics card for editing. i want to be able to scroll in realtime with no stuttering

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    any recent (e.g. at least 64 mb ram) card will do

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    with smaller end gfx cards you will get stuttering. Unless you have a reasonably powerful card stuttering will happen. - Even on my own system I get stuttering on really complex compositing. depending on what you are doing it may stutter it may not - the way to check is to render off the part its stuttering with. - Sometimes the PC just cant keep up when trying to play realtime so by rendering that bit off you can see if its wiorking properly.

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