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NVIDIA GeForce 1070 Not Enhancing Performance

Explorer ,
Mar 10, 2022 Mar 10, 2022

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I am running the latest version of Premiere Pro CC, Cuda Enabled, with a NVIDIA GeForce 1070 installed but there is no contribution to the Pr processing from the GPU. Also where is the cuda_supported_cards.txt file for this system? I could not find it under Adobe Premiere Pro 2022 >.

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Mar 10, 2022 Mar 10, 2022

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Are you using any GPU accelerated effects or transitions?

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Participant ,
Mar 10, 2022 Mar 10, 2022

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No jusr raw footage. I have 2 PCs and when I play the same footage on the other PC using CC 2022 with a GTX 3070 both of the GPU charts show a lot of processing. I guess CC Premiere Pro 2022 accesses the Video card with using cuda_supported_cards.txt file.

 

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LEGEND ,
Mar 11, 2022 Mar 11, 2022

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The "cuda_supported_cards.txt" file does absolutely nothing at all in Premiere Pro versions since CC 2014 (8.x). In fact, there is absolutely no such file at all whatsoever in any newer version of Premiere Pro.

 

And as Peru Bob asked, what is your source footage? And are you applying any GPU-accelerated effects or performing any resizing or frame rate adjustments in the export? If none of those, there will be virtually no usage of the GPU at all.

 

Also, there is a possibility that you might have a relative performance mismatch between the CPU and the GPU: An over-6-year-old 4-core/4-thread CPU will never cut it for video editing these days. The i5-6600 may be too weak for that GTX 1070 in apps that utilize GPGPU processing such as CUDA or OpenCL.

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Mar 11, 2022 Mar 11, 2022

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The idea that the GPU doesn't do anything unless you have  GPU-accelerated effects is wrong. Above is the Task Manager output is from my brand new PC with its Intel Core i9-12900K 3.2 GHz 16-Core Processor running some AVCHD (*.mts) right out of my Canon G40 camcorder. When I switch to software only there is a noticable performance slowdown. I inherrited the 4 core PC from my son who used it for gaming. I guess I will use that machine for Photoshop only.

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Mar 12, 2022 Mar 12, 2022

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I have to thank you for the idea that you gave me. I had a 6 core CPU I7-3930K in an very old PC. I did a painful transplant and combined that 10 year old processor with the 6 year old GPU and now I have a backup PC that can run CC 2022 well enough.

 

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