Rendering slow with GPU acceleration

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Apr 20, 2021 Apr 20, 2021

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Hey Everyone,

I have a PC with a core i9 9900kf 3.60GHz and GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER. 32 GB ram (I don't know what other information you all will need)

This is the first time I attempted to use dynamic link to add an effect from AE to my footage in Premiere Pro. I added the Remove noise effect to the entirety of my video which is about an hour and a half long.

When I go to render and replace it just stops. I'm looking at the performence monitor and I see zero GPU activity despite using (CUDA) and the CPU run aroud 50% before dropping off and it freezes. I get and encoder error and and have tried every tip I can find online.

 

Sequence settings are 1920 x 1080 ProRes 422.

 

I'm not expection it to be lighting fast but the fact that I don't see any activity on my GPU is making me wonder if somethings wrong. I just updated the drivers and still nothing. If anyone has an idea I'd be happy to hear it.

 

Thanks.

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Error or problem, Export, Freeze or hang, Hardware or GPU

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Apr 20, 2021 Apr 20, 2021

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is the source footage h.264? try pre-transcoding to prores first. and remove noise may not use gpu. neatvideo might be faster. do you mean the remove grain effect? try rendering from ae directly. there is a secret pref - purge every frame that can help with memory leaks.

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Apr 21, 2021 Apr 21, 2021

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You can try to set 'Optimize rendering ..' to "Memory" (Edit > Preferences > Memory.. ). It some cases it renders more stable. Or better not to use dynamic links at all - do denoise first, save as prores422, import into PP and do all the rest. Also, you can use alternative (and way faster) free video denoiser, workflow is the same - denoise first, edit later:

Free Video Denoiser. How to reduce video noise, remove grain, HQ noise reduction, tutorial - YouTube

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