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I have a CPU INTEL 4770K and a NVidia 1060 6 GIGS, Premiere Pro does not allow me to encode with The hardaware option, is it because Premiere chooses the integrated video card of my oldish system and not the NVIDIA card? Is it very difficult to chanege that in the BIOS ?

 

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It's not that. It's because your oldish integrated graphics is now no longer supported any more in any newer versions of Premiere Pro. You see,  Intel had already depreciated its support for all of its CPUs that are older than the 6th Generation by discontinuing all bug and compatibility fixes permanently while continuing only critical security fixes for the time being. Eventually, either later this year or next year all 4th- and 5th-Generation Intel CPUs will drop completely off of support permanently.

 

And because one of your graphics drivers is flagged as "Incompatible," all hardware acceleration is disabled no matter what. So, the only way that you can regain hardware GPU acceleration is to disable the integrated Intel graphics in the BIOS. The method of disabling the iGPU varies by motherboard manufacturer (for example, ASUS has this setting labeled "iGPU Multi-Monitor").

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NVIDIA 1060

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I have a CPU INTEL 4770K and a NVidia 1060 6 GIGS, Premiere Pro does not allow me to encode with The hardaware option, is it because Premiere chooses the integrated video card of my oldish system and not the NVIDIA card? Is it very difficult to chanege that in the BIOS ?

 

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It's not that. It's because your oldish integrated graphics is now no longer supported any more in any newer versions of Premiere Pro. You see,  Intel had already depreciated its support for all of its CPUs that are older than the 6th Generation by discontinuing all bug and compatibility fixes permanently while continuing only critical security fixes for the time being. Eventually, either later this year or next year all 4th- and 5th-Generation Intel CPUs will drop completely off of support permanently.

 

And because one of your graphics drivers is flagged as "Incompatible," all hardware acceleration is disabled no matter what. So, the only way that you can regain hardware GPU acceleration is to disable the integrated Intel graphics in the BIOS. The method of disabling the iGPU varies by motherboard manufacturer (for example, ASUS has this setting labeled "iGPU Multi-Monitor").

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Do you by chance have VBR, 2 Pass turned on? As a test, what happens if you select H.264 as the format and then once of the Vimeo presets? Those put Hardware Encoding by default as the encoding setting. That should answer the question.

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It's not that. It's because your oldish integrated graphics is now no longer supported any more in any newer versions of Premiere Pro. You see,  Intel had already depreciated its support for all of its CPUs that are older than the 6th Generation by discontinuing all bug and compatibility fixes permanently while continuing only critical security fixes for the time being. Eventually, either later this year or next year all 4th- and 5th-Generation Intel CPUs will drop completely off of support permanently.

 

And because one of your graphics drivers is flagged as "Incompatible," all hardware acceleration is disabled no matter what. So, the only way that you can regain hardware GPU acceleration is to disable the integrated Intel graphics in the BIOS. The method of disabling the iGPU varies by motherboard manufacturer (for example, ASUS has this setting labeled "iGPU Multi-Monitor").

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Are you encoding H.264? You cannot use Intels Quick Sync becuase your CPU is to old but the GTX 1060 should work.

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Thank you all for your answers, I have to Googble how to disable to disable the integrated Intel graphics in the BIOS.  I have no idea how to do that. Thank you guys.

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