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New Here ,
Aug 25, 2018 Aug 25, 2018

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Can someone explain to me why I enabled CUDA in Encoder but my GPU is still 0%?

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Adobe Employee , Nov 27, 2018 Nov 27, 2018
Hi Lone-Wolf,In Adobe Media Encoder, Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects the GPU is used to process GPU accelerated effects and features. If you are using more number of these effects on the timeline, you will notice a higher GPU usage. The GPU usage will be dependent on the number of such effects and features used. If you are not using a large number of such effects you may notice a lower GPU usage. The other processing required for rendering is done by the CPU, that is why you have a hi...

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Aug 25, 2018 Aug 25, 2018

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Are you using GPU accelerated effects?

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Yes. I always use Mercury Playback Engine GPU acceleration (CUDA). if anything wrong or it still works?

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Adobe Employee ,
Nov 27, 2018 Nov 27, 2018

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Hi Lone-Wolf,

In Adobe Media Encoder, Adobe Premiere Pro and Adobe After Effects the GPU is used to process GPU accelerated effects and features. If you are using more number of these effects on the timeline, you will notice a higher GPU usage. The GPU usage will be dependent on the number of such effects and features used. If you are not using a large number of such effects you may notice a lower GPU usage. The other processing required for rendering is done by the CPU, that is why you have a high CPU usage. You may refer to this link to know more about GPU accelerated effects in Premiere Pro and After Effects.

Types of effects in Premiere Pro

After Effects effect list

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Sumeet

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