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Discuss : Intel Hardware Accelerated Encode for 10 bit 4:2:0 HEVC

Adobe Employee ,
Nov 06, 2021 Nov 06, 2021

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With the latest Adobe Premiere Pro Beta build we have enabled Hardware Accelerated Encoding using INTEL GPU cards for 10 bit 4:2:0 HEVC in Rec 2020, Rec 2100 HLG and Rec 2100 PQ.

 

What does this mean for you?

Export times for 10 bit 4:2:0 HEVC in Rec 2020, Rec 2100 HLG and Rec 2100 PQ are significantly faster on supported Intel hardware. 

 

HEVC 4:2:0 10 bit encode is supported on Intel 9th, Intel 10th, Intel 11th and Intel 12th Generation Intel® Core™ processors. If you have any of these Intel processors on your Windows machine, you will be able to use this feature.

 

To enable this option, select HEVC from the Format drop-down under Export Settings. Then under the Video tab, go to Encoding Settings and set the Performance to Hardware Encoding. 

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This feature is enabled in Adobe Premiere Pro Beta and Adobe Media Encoder Beta.

 

Please try it out and share your feedback!

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Feb 14, 2022 Feb 14, 2022

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Good news in terms of performance. Could you consider optimizing media with a 4:2:2 subcriding color depth - 10 Bit color space BT-2020. In the latest version of Pro 22.2, all users have poor viewing performance, both in the original monitor and in the software. There are lags and freezes on the timeline with a large number of frame skips.

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Jul 21, 2022 Jul 21, 2022

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I have a specification - I9 9900K, 8-Core, 16-Thread; Nvidia RTX 2070 Super, 8-GPU; RAM - 32 GB; M.2 - 3500 mb/s.

 

I understand that you will now say that this processor does not support hardware acceleration for 4:2:2, but damn it, do something to facilitate these media. It is not yet possible to switch to the Core I9 of the 13th generation. I know that most ordinary users work with just such a specification.

I'll be glad to

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Jul 21, 2022 Jul 21, 2022

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I have a 9th generation Intel i9 i9-9900K 8 core 6.6 GHz processor on a Mac and I can't get hardware acceleration with HVEC Profile Main 10. It takes 5 days to encode a video for me in HDR. It sounds like it should work for me. Sure wish I could get it to work. 😞

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Jul 21, 2022 Jul 21, 2022

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The processor is a 3.6 GHz 9900K

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I am not getting any hardware encoding even on 4:2:0 Main 10 HDR.

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