With the latest Adobe Premiere Pro Beta build we have enabled Hardware Accelerated Encoding through Nvidia GPU card.
If you have Nvidia GPU card on your Windows machine, you will be able to use this feature.
To enable this option, select H.264/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. Setting it to Software Encoding will disable hardware encoding and Adobe Premiere Pro won't use Nvidia HW to encode the media. Please see attached screenshot.
Feature is enabled in Adobe Premiere Pro Beta , Adobe Media Encoder Beta and Adobe Premiere Rush.
Please try out the feature and share your feedback.
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Please update latest Nvidia display drivers and also share the copy of Premiere Pro Projecct file and Source file.
Unfortunately I am not allowed to share this project file, however, if you can provide a sample project file I can test it on my system. I think it might have something to do with Lumetri Color - I tried exporting another project that was very simple and did not use Lumetri, and it was faster with NVIDIA compared to Quick Sync.
Honestly the GTX 1050 isn't the most powerful card in the world, so I'm not too surprised with the result, but I'm definitely willing to cross compare.
If someone from Adobe wants to publish a benchmark project, I'd be happy to run it on a bunch of my systems
I agree, there may be some systems where the NVIDIA GPU is not fast enough to beat the built-in Intel Quick Sync, especially in battery-powered laptops. Adobe should allow the user to choose Quick Sync even if the NVIDIA GPU is available.
Will that also be available for playback/scrubbing in timeline? AMD-users do not have quick-sync but the newer hardware is generally more powerful so it would be great if hardware enabled playback/scrubbing would be possible... Thank you
AMD does not offer an equivelant to Intel QuickSync, unfortunately
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My performance card is blurred
Please share which GPU card you have on this machine.
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Performance card is blurred. Please help me to open it
If HW encode is not supported, it will default to SW encode and remain disabled. Please share GPU card that you have on this machine.
I have shared as shown. You have specific instructions, share yourself a little
Premiere 14.2 no supot
Which nvidia graphicscard do you have installed in your system. Please name the model.
Do you have specific instructions?
This is my computer system
Please try upgrading to latest driver.
Hardware Encoding on Nvidia card is supported for driver version 435.15 and above.
thank you. drive highest version, but Premiere 14.2 when not receiving
if there is a project, Hadw is on, if a project is Hadw turned off, I do not understand the reason
Hardw does not recognize it, but Premiere doesn't recognize it
Hardware Encoding No support Video AVCHD 50I - or 60t - only support Video AVCHD 60P, 50P
As per screen shot for filed order option upper filed is selected which is not supported by Hardware Encoding. if you change the field to Progressiv then you will be able to choose Hardware Encoding.
Can anyone confirm that this still will not work with h264 2 Pass VBR?
Adobe is using Nvidia’s NVENC framework
Edit: as I look more into it, NVENC does actually have a 2 pass option (hidden under Maximum quality) in addition to the Rate Distortion Optimization option which is similar. It would be nice to see Adobe open up some more of these options.
The hardware encoding works great and is something everyone's been waiting on for a long time, one minor thing about it though.
When using dynamic link, any frame effected by it will render very slowly with very low cpu and gpu usage. I'm not sure if this is a glitch.
Beta software installed:
Premiere Pro beta
Media Encoder beta
After Effects beta
Nvidia 2080 Super