Best graphics card for video editing

  faith5 14:00 20 Mar 04

My main use for the PC is for creating DVD's from my old VHS video tapes.

I have a graphics card based on the NVidia chipset and I am thinking of upgrading to a better/more powerful graphics card.

Can anyone please advise me whether or not it is worth changing to an ATi Radeon chipset (normal card, not the all-in-wonder as I have seperate TV tuner card and capturing hardware)?

Is one chipset or type of card more suited to video editing than another or does it not matter too much? I am thinking of the quality of the finished disk for playing in the DVD player rather than the graphics display on the computer monitor.

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