Hi josephj22824825 ,
Welcome to the Rush community.
I don't think you can do that from the Rush interface but you might be able to do that from the NVIDIA Control Panel.
Hope this helps.
Hey there, josephj22824825!
Have the graphics been working for you? Let us know if there's anything else we can do for you!
I have the same issue since Adobe Premiere Rush CC has been released.
I have two graphics cards:
Intel HD Graphics 630 - Driver version: 184.108.40.20666 DCH
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti - Driver version: 220.127.116.117 (NVIDIA 419.67) DCH (NVIDIA Creator Ready Driver)
Windows 10 Version 1809 (OS Build 17763.379)
When I start Adobe Premiere Rush, Task Manager shows it is using GPU1 (NVidia), but as soon as I open a project, all processing occurs on GPU0 (Intel).
You can see on this screenshot when I started Adobe Premiere Rush CC:
As soon I as close Adobe Premiere Rush CC, GPU 0 Utilization will go back to 0.
I don't have that setting in NVIDIA Control Panel, but I did manually select High Performance card for Adobe Premiere Rush CC in Windows settings:
Still, when I open the project in Premiere, it switches from NVIDIA to Intel GPU.
I happened also with previous NVIDIA Drivers so I thought now, that I installed Creator Ready drivers that Adobe Premiere Rush CC will also take advantage of GPU but it does not.
Anything else for me to try?
I am also having this same issue.
Set the app to use the nvidia discrete GPU but it still isn't fully using it.
I am exporting a video right now and it is using 100% of the integrated GPU.