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RADEON VII Card not recommended for Adobe Premiere???

Explorer ,
Mar 04, 2020 Mar 04, 2020

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If this is True...

 

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The how come the card is not even on the recommended list?

 

Recommended graphics cards for Adobe Premiere Pro
WINDOWS CUDA
  • NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000
  • NVIDIA Quadro RTX 6000
  • NVIDIA Quadro RTX 5000
  • NVIDIA Quadro RTX 4000
  • NVIDIA Quadro GV100
  • NVIDIA Quadro GP100
  • NVIDIA Quadro P6000
  • NVIDIA Quadro P5200
  • NVIDIA Quadro P5000
  • NVIDIA Quadro P4000
  • NVIDIA Quadro P2000
  • NVIDIA Quadro P2200
  • NVIDIA Quadro P1000
  • NVIDIA Quadro M6000
  • NVIDIA Quadro M5000
  • NVIDIA Quadro M4000
  • NVIDIA Quadro M2000
  • NVIDIA Quadro K6000
  • NVIDIA Quadro K5200
  • NVIDIA Quadro K5000
  • NVIDIA Quadro K2000
  • NVIDIA Quadro K1200
  • NVIDIA TITAN RTX
  • NVIDIA TITAN V
  • NVIDIA TITAN XP
  • NVIDIA TITAN X (Pascal)
  • NVIDIA TITAN Z
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Ti
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970

NVIDIA has publicly released windows ODE drivers that support the CUDA 9.2 SDK used in the latest release of Premiere Pro. This is not the Microsoft default driver, but you can download this driver directly from NVIDIA, (of the 410 series drivers).

WINDOWS OPENCL
  • AMD Radeon Pro SSG
  • AMD Radeon Pro WX 3100
  • AMD Radeon Pro WX 4100
  • AMD Radeon Pro WX 5100
  • AMD Radeon Pro WX 7100
  • AMD Radeon Pro WX 8200
  • AMD Radeon Pro WX 9100
  • AMD Radeon Pro W4100
  • AMD FirePro W5100
  • AMD FirePro W7100
  • AMD FirePro W8100
  • AMD FirePro W9100
  • AMD FirePro W7000
  • AMD FirePro W8000
  • AMD FirePro W9000
  • AMD Radeon Pro WX 4130
  • AMD Radeon Pro WX 4150
  • AMD Radeon Pro WX 4170
  • AMD FirePro W6150M
  • AMD FirePro W7170M
MAC METAL
  • AMD FirePro D300
  • AMD FirePro D500
  • AMD FirePro D700
  • AMD Radeon R9 M290X
  • AMD Radeon R9 M380
  • AMD Radeon R9 M390
  • AMD Radeon R9 M395X
  • AMD Radeon Pro 560
  • AMD Radeon Pro 570
  • AMD Radeon Pro 575
  • AMD Radeon Pro 580
  • AMD Radeon Pro M395X
  • AMD Radeon Pro Vega 56
  • AMD Radeon Pro Vega 64
  • Intel® HD Graphics 6000 
  • Intel® Iris™ Graphics 6100 
  • Intel® Iris™ Pro Graphics 6200
  • AMD Radeon Pro Vega 20
  • AMD Radeon Pro Vega 48
INTEGRATED GRAPHICS CHIPSETS
  • Intel® HD Graphics 5000        
  • Intel® HD Graphics 6000        
  • Intel® Iris Graphics 6100        
  • Intel® Iris Pro Graphics 6300      
  • Intel® Iris Pro Graphics P6300      
  • Intel® Iris Graphics 540/550      
  • Intel® Iris Pro Graphics 580      
  • Intel® Iris Pro Graphics P580
  • Intel® Iris™ Plus Graphics 640/650

 

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LEGEND ,
Mar 04, 2020 Mar 04, 2020

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They don't have a team of people testing cards. So don't assume that is an exhaustive list, it's not meant as one. That list is from the ones that either they've used in-house or have other confirmed usage or simply that the specs for the card ... generation of "architecture" and drivers, amount of vRAM, are usable by Premiere.

 

Note the oldest Nvidia cards ... that generation and newer for Nvidia, and the same for AMD cards. Those set an 'old gear' limit. Anything newer with acceptable amounts of RAM is fine.

 

Neil

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Explorer ,
Mar 04, 2020 Mar 04, 2020

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Thank you, I know it works with Premiere.  I have read the article that Warren posted below and I found it shocking to read that paragraph after seeing how AMD was promoting this card illustrated in the picture above.

 

There were some online videos that touted this card as punching well above its price tag, but I have found it adequate but not "ripping" through h.264 renders or even 4k timeline renders. 

 

I wish Adobe would benchmark and review cards when it comes to rendering and exporting times for various content.

 

5,1 Hackintosh

Intel 6 core 3.46 GHZ

Radeon VII

32GB ECC RAM

1TB SSD Boot Drive

1TB 7200 Storage Drive

Waiting to install (Sonnet M.2 4x4 PCIe 3.0 x16 Card ) 

 

Scott

 

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Community Expert ,
Mar 04, 2020 Mar 04, 2020

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The AMD Radeon VII does get used in workstations with Premiere Pro installed.

 

Puget Systems included it along with the AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 and a range of NVIDIDA cards in this review:

Premiere Pro CC 2019: AMD Radeon VII vs NVIDIA GeForce RTX
Written on March 29, 2019 by Matt Bach

https://www.pugetsystems.com/labs/articles/Premiere-Pro-CC-2019-AMD-Radeon-VII-vs-NVIDIA-GeForce-RTX...

 

Matt concludes the following in his article, "Having more VRAM than you need doesn't give you any better performance, so unless you are using a plug-in or other application that actually needs 16GB of VRAM, the Radeon VII is simply a worse choice for Premiere Pro than an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 or 2080."

 

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Explorer ,
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Thanks Warren,

 

Hated reading that sentence. )

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Explorer ,
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Not to beleaguer the point but why then are the latest Mac Pros shipping with AMD GPU's?   Is this a new war between Final Rut, I mean Cut and Premiere. ? )

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LEGEND ,
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In this case, point the finger at Apple. Apple had in 2015 shunned Nvidia altogether in favor of AMD. And gradually, Apple depreciated CUDA support until the day Mojave was released. At that point Apple effectively told Nvidia to stop development of CUDA drivers for OSX, leaving only archived CUDA drivers for all OSX platforms. As a result, OSX no longer supports CUDA at all beginning with Mojave. And beginning with Premiere Pro 2020 (14.0), the program now no longer supports CUDA at all for OSX.

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Explorer ,
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When CUDA was supported by Apple it worked very well with Premiere CC 2018.

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Mar 05, 2020 Mar 05, 2020

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If you've ever owned a MacBook Pro from 2008 to 2009, there a good chance you've experience first hand why things have soured between Apple and NVIDIA.  I'm mainly aware of it becaue my17-inch MacBook Pro was affected.  The graphics care literally disconnected from the motherboard during regular use.  It affected something like 40% of all MacBook Pros sold during that time.  

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Explorer ,
Mar 22, 2020 Mar 22, 2020

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Is that why the screen when out on my 17" not once but twice!  I have two, once amazing 17 inch Mac Brick Pros now!

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Mar 22, 2020 Mar 22, 2020

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Mine was repaired under AppleCare when the laptop was about a year and a half old.

 

It's my understanding that Apple did the repair for out-of-warranty units as well for a few years. 

The same problematic NVIDIA cards were used in some game consoles as well, but those are easier to open and use a heatgun to reseat the graphics daughtercard.

 

 

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LEGEND ,
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Working on program stability/bug-fixes and improvements, or ... testing GPUs. Especially given how many GPUs there are, and that to test for any useful benchmark, you would need to test the every GPU on many different machine configurations ... hmmm.

 

No, personally, I'd prefer them to stay workin mainly on the program itself. Personal opinion, of course.

 

This is where Puget, SafeHarbor Computing and others step in and provide such assistance. Thankfully.

 

Neil

 

 

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I see your point.  I don't want them to test them all.  Just share what are some of the best cards suited for their applications.  

 

Thanks again!

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Here's the catch:

 

Adobe has spent much less time on the development of OpenCL GPU acceleration support versus CUDA GPU acceleration support in Premiere Pro to begin with. As a result, its OpenCL performance continues to lag behind its CUDA performance at every hardware price point, except for perhaps the very lowest performance tier.

 

Secondly, many of the major companies that once supported OpenCL have now either depreciated OpenCL support or stopped supporting that API altogether. And OpenCL itself is now under depreciated, if not discontinued, development. Plus, AMD and Intel have not yet found a Windows-compatible GPGPU API that was expected to replace OpenCL. As a result of all that, it would not be surprising at all that a future version of Premiere Pro would revert completely to software-only MPE rendering for all non-Nvidia GPUs in Windows, with depreciation beginning with the next major version of Premiere Pro (15.x).

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Explorer ,
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Yikes!

 

Ironically I found that the "Software" acceleration was just as fast as the "Metal" option and the "Open GL" warned me it would have depricated performance.  This is so disheartening when this card seems to be perfect for Davinci Resolve but not Premiere!

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This is an NVIDIA card inside your Hackintosh, correct?

 

It stands to reason that you would not see any acceleration via Metal without any hardware that supports it.

 

As far as I am aware, Blackmagic relies on system drivers in the same way that Premiere Pro does.  To take advantage of the NVIDIA card, you'll need to boot Windows and not macOS.

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I've moved this from the Premiere Pro forum to the Video Hardware forum.

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