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Adobe Premiere stop using dedicated graphic card when rendering process reach 80%

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Apr 14, 2024 Apr 14, 2024

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I've been using Adobe Premiere Pro for three years and have never faced this problem. Currently, I'm using Adobe Premiere Pro version 24.3.

My problem is that Adobe Premiere Pro stops using the dedicated graphics card when the rendering process reaches 80%, as you can see in the attached picture. In the picture, I show the GPU load suddenly dropping to 0% when the rendering process reaches 80%. If I stop the rendering, the playback suddenly becomes a black screen but still can play.


As for now, here's what I've tried to solve this problem:

  1. I already changed the renderer to CUDA.
  2. Cleanly removed my graphics driver and installed the updated one.
  3. Disabled the integrated GPU and used the dedicated GPU only.
  4. Enabled Nvidia High Performance for Adobe Premiere Pro in the Nvidia Control Panel.
  5. Made a new project and rendered different files.
  6. Uninstalled Adobe Premiere and installed a previous version.
  7. Reinstalled Adobe Encoder



I also thought it might be a GPU problem. Then, when the rendering process stopped at 80%, I tried playing Valorant and the FPS was smooth, meaning my GPU works fine.


Before i posted this,I already talk with Adobe Agent named Rishka but she suddenly cut our conversation.

So, does anyone know the solution?


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