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One of the most important changes to computers since Jitter's release is the general move away from faster and faster CPUs toward faster GPUs - the graphics processing unit cards in your system. Jitter has the tools to leverage your machine's power, but you'll need to learn some new techniques to access them.
For our second best practices in Jitter article, we wanted to take a crack at answering one of the most frequently asked questions on the forums and in the socials: How do I record my Jitter output? Seems like a simple question, but as is often the case with Max, simple questions have complex answers.