I have i7 7700k 32gb ram and GTX 1070 and enable CUDA in premiere. In render encoding settings is only software. WTF ? my specs is to old or what?
haven't upgraded yet but this is my system specs so I hope this is not the case
In render encoding settings is only software.
Are you referring to the Hardware Encoding (HEVC/H.264)?
Which OS are you on and which processor you have?
ofcourse in HEVC/H264 i have only software rendering. In other format i dont have any encoder settings. I have Windows 10 64bit. My procesor is Intel i7-7700K 4.2ghz
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That bit doesn't have anything to do with the GPU, it's just checking to see if the CPU has the particular part/firmware for accelerated processing.
my procesor is i7-7700K so it should support hardware accelerated
This feature (Hardware Encoding) requires Intel CPU QuickSync (Sandy Bridge or newer Intel CPUs).
Xeon CPUs will not support this acceleration.
To check if your Intel Processor Includes QuickSync, find your CPU model in this list .
(Tip: Use the CTRL+F search function in your browser and type in the model ID).
Let me know if that helps.
But why can it not Export with the GPU ???
hello. my i7-i7700k support intel quick sync video. link below:
processor have Intel® HD Graphics 630 but in hardware monitor i don't see this graphics adapter. i see only GTX1070 !! in bios options none about HD graphics 630
I have the same problem with GTX 970, only software rendering by encoder settings
Hi. I have possibly the same problem and I don't think its anything to do with system spec. My hardware acceleration was working fine until last night when all of a sudden all images turned green, ghosting and horizontal bars on screen. If I switch to mercury software option its fine. Graphics card is fine in after effects and other programmes. Could this be some kind of driver problem with premiere pro hardware acceleration?
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Mercury Playback Engine with GPU Acceleration is separate from Hardware-accelerated H.264 encoding.
Hardware-accelerated H.264 encoding (new feature in Premiere Pro 12.1) requires a CPU that supports Intel Quick Sync.
Moreover, Intel Graphics needs to be enabled on your PC (some manufacturers may choose to disable Intel Graphics).
ok. it remains to wait to support render h.264 with nvidia GPU hardware encoding
On my PC (i7-8700 3.2Ghz), which on the list says "Intel Quick Sync Video: Yes",
Hardware encoding is still showing as unavailable
Sometimes the BIOS needs checking to make sure QuickSync is "on". Could be the issue.