This is confusing me so much. So I downloaded Resolve lite. Nice and easy. I know I need to install CUDA. Sounds easy enough. The interwebs says NVIDIA GeForce GT 640M works with CUDA. Seems simple enough. I should have known it wasn't that easy. The installer says my computer isn't compatible... I check the help files in the installer and it says this..
Native development using the CUDA Toolkit on x86_32 is unsupported. Deployment and execution of CUDA applications on x86_32 is still supported, but is limited to use with GeForce GPUs. To create 32-bit CUDA applications, use the cross-development capabilities of the CUDA Toolkit on x86_64.
How do I install the toolkit in 64? Am I just going crazy and missing something obvious? I really want to try out Resolve.
Thanks for the response. I booted the computer in 64 mode and tried to install. I got it working. I had to download an older version of CUDA to make it work. It seems to be running pretty smoothly now. The only issue I have now is most of my files are MTS or AVCHD and while I can edit it them and they play smoothly it won't import sound. I was hoping with a program a little more professional it would be able to handle it. I usually edit those files in Premiere or when I have a tiny bit of video I just use windows live movie maker. I was really hoping that I wouldn't have to convert the file until I needed to export it like I do in Premiere. Do you know if there is any way I could possibly get sound with these videos? or I'm just going to have to convert it to a different file type?