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Upscaling 4k (Detail-preserving upscale) CPU or GPU?

Community Beginner ,
Feb 15, 2024 Feb 15, 2024

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Hi, is the GPU used at all for the "detail-preserving upscale" effect? I am using the effect and rendering an 8min file via the media encoder and GPU acceleration is also set, but the CPU is used 100% and the GPU runs at 5-10%. Takes about 2 hours...

CPU: 5800x
GPU: RTX4080

1) Is it normal for the effect to use the CPU?
2) Are there any alternative upscaling methods that can be done via the GPU?

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Feb 15, 2024 Feb 15, 2024

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Have you checked the setting of redering in After Effects?

 

Compostion menu > Compostion Settings > 3D Renderer tab > Renderer:

File menu > Project Settings > Video Rendering and Effects tab > Use:

 

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Feb 16, 2024 Feb 16, 2024

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1) Compostion menu > Compostion Settings > 3D Renderer tab > Renderer:

2) File menu > Project Settings > Video Rendering and Effects tab > Use:

 

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1) There is nothing here that I could adjust.

2) "Cuda" is activated here

 

Could you render the effect via the GPU?

 

 

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