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Adobe Premiere and Media Encoder barely using available hardware during rendering.

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Oct 30, 2020

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As in the title, premiere and Encoder are not making use of the availible hardware. For reference, i am not doing anything fancy, just taking an single clip and cutting it in two. The sequences and export settings are set to match the footage.

 

This used to not be a problem and a quick render. Any tips, and/or suggestions as how to resolve?

 

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I managed to solve the problem by downgrading the versions of Premiere and Encode. Seems to be a problem in the newer version.

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Adobe Premiere and Media Encoder barely using available hardware during rendering.

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As in the title, premiere and Encoder are not making use of the availible hardware. For reference, i am not doing anything fancy, just taking an single clip and cutting it in two. The sequences and export settings are set to match the footage.

 

This used to not be a problem and a quick render. Any tips, and/or suggestions as how to resolve?

 

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Correct answer by Dimosa | Community Beginner

I managed to solve the problem by downgrading the versions of Premiere and Encode. Seems to be a problem in the newer version.

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Also, source footage is in the same format and codec as the exported footage, so there is no codec translation hapening. Both are h.264.

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I managed to solve the problem by downgrading the versions of Premiere and Encode. Seems to be a problem in the newer version.

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