I have heard that Studio drivers are best for editing and stability but which one is best for HitFilm?
One of my machines is on the Game Driver the other on the Studio. I haven't really noticed a difference, but I think this is a question for a dev, so I'll tag in @CedricBonnier
@Triem23 @jtjutsvfx We haven't found a difference in performance between the two, which is why we don't recommend using one over the other.
The only difference for HitFilm is I think that the Studio version is slightly behind, which means that if you are affected by a bug, the fix might come in the Game ready one first. On the other hand, they can introduce new bugs in the Game ready drivers that get fixed before the Studio version comes out so the studio might be more reliable for you.
It depends if you do any gaming or not on that machine but if not then either version is fine as long as you update regularly :)
Alright, thanks so much for explaining!
this is a good question for developers. I like to play games so will refer.
@IreneMathis Not sure your post is particularly relevant to this old conversation. Please respond that you are a real person.
Good good, the developer replied with an answer that I suspect still is true today. I have not seen any difference between either version. However that said I do see differences in things like blender.