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Premiere Elements 15 - Not using Video Card for Rendering after Win 10 Update

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Dec 23, 2017

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Hello!

As the title states, I have Premiere Elements 15.  I have an AMD Ryzen 1700 Processor and a GeForce 1050Ti Video Card.  My rendering times had been really great before the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, and now, I can tell by looking at the Task Manager that Premiere Elements 15 is no longer using my graphics card to help with rendering.  It is being using when I edit on the Timeline, but not during rendering.  My rendering times have now more than doubled, and I have checked this on projects that I had previously rendered before the update.

I tried updating to the latest Nvidia Drivers, and that didn't help.  Any ideas?  Hardware Rendering is turned on in the Premiere Elements Menu.

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Premiere Elements 15 - Not using Video Card for Rendering after Win 10 Update

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Hello!

As the title states, I have Premiere Elements 15.  I have an AMD Ryzen 1700 Processor and a GeForce 1050Ti Video Card.  My rendering times had been really great before the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, and now, I can tell by looking at the Task Manager that Premiere Elements 15 is no longer using my graphics card to help with rendering.  It is being using when I edit on the Timeline, but not during rendering.  My rendering times have now more than doubled, and I have checked this on projects that I had previously rendered before the update.

I tried updating to the latest Nvidia Drivers, and that didn't help.  Any ideas?  Hardware Rendering is turned on in the Premiere Elements Menu.

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Premiere Elements (any version on any operating system) is not designed to use your graphics card to render your video.

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Thanks, Steve... so any ideas why the rendering times increased so much with the new update?  Must be CPU or memory related, right?

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I've never experienced it so I don't know.

It might be worth reinstalling the program. It also might be worth installing Quicktime 7. (You can delete QuicktimePlayer.exe for security reasons and still install the other components.)

This will re-install all of the program's components and codecs -- just in case something in a Windows update overwrote them.

But there are so many factors at work affecting rendering times, I'd hesitate to blame it on one thing.

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