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OpenCL with Intel HD 4000 and Premiere Pro

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Jun 17, 2012 Jun 17, 2012

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Is there any way to enable OpenCL rendering for Intel HD 4000 Graphics in Premiere Pro CS6? I am very disappointed that it's not working. Premiere Pro doesn't support Intel QuickSync technology, which enables faster rendering than even high-end CUDA-equipped graphic cards, so if at least OpenCL rendering could be enabled, I would really appreciate it.

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LEGEND , Jun 17, 2012 Jun 17, 2012

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Intel QuickSync technology, which enables faster rendering than even high-end CUDA-equipped graphic cards

Based on what information? Intel marketing hype or can you substantiate that with hard data?

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Jan 19, 2013 Jan 19, 2013

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Freddy133712's post is relevant Harm or Mr. Millaard (which ever you prefer). He is simply asking if Premiere can make use of Intel's integrated GPUs. You seem to want to be a tad bit rude in your response to him. Freddy133712 is also correct about the GPU of Ivory Bridge being much better than the GPU of Sandy Bridge. The GPU of Haswell will be even better from what I have seen and read. I don't doubt that Adobe is taking a closer look at Open CL and the Intel on board GPUs. Will PP 7.0 make use of Intel's integrated GPUs? Only time will tell but Freddy133712's question is a valid question. Your rather rude response might scare people away from asking questions on these forums.

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LEGEND ,
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What is rude about: No?

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