Add GeForce GTX 1070 (mobile) to the list of supported cards, please.4 votes
I am using adobe premiere pro cc. At project setting screen it only allow me use mercury playback engine software only. I couldn't select my hardware GPU for rendering and playback. do anyone know the reason?Thank you all in advance!4 votes
The latest Dell GPS top end laptops are equipped with the GTX 1050ti GPU. When changing workspaces, PP continually crashes. This is a great GPU that is gaining popularity in high-end editing laptops.4 votes
On a Windows 10 Enterprise i5 with 16 gig ram and Nvidia GTX750.
Getting this error occasionally on a project with effects. Must save project, exit PP and restart PP - then it will render.4 votes
This is old news and has been happening for much too long. Will not continue to subscribe to products if Adobe/NVIDIA doesn't fix this soon4 votes
The famous bug of red frames instead of thumbnails still exists on 12.1.0. I guess it remains beta and not fully tested with different chips, media files, settings etc. Everything is fine when you turn it off. It would be awesome if someday it will finally work!4 votes
Based on several posts both within the Adobe forum and in external forums, there has been an known and continuing compatibility issues between Adobe and NVIDIA GPUs for SEVERAL years. This issue causes Premiere's program monitor to randomly go black and stop showing any video; the timeline will still play, and audio will also play, but no video appears. The only recourse is to shut down Premiere and open it up again, but the problem often happens again within minutes. This is NOT unique to work station builds or projects - it has been reported across a wide swath of builds and projects, and I've had it happen in SEVERAL projects with varying file formats and project builds. This is a CORE issue and should have been rectified YEARS ago. It makes Premiere next to unusable, and as forums have shown, is actively driving subscribers away to other programs like AVID or Davinci Resolve.
Based on several posts both within the Adobe forum and in external forums, there has been an known and continuing compatibility issues between Adobe and NVIDIA GPUs for SEVERAL years. This issue causes Premiere's program monitor to randomly go black and stop showing any video; the timeline will still play, and audio will also play, but no video appears. The only recourse is to shut down Premiere and open it up again, but the problem often happens again within minutes. This is NOT unique to work station builds or projects - it has been reported across a wide swath of…3 votes
I have a brand new Dell Latitude laptop that uses an Intel Iris XE GPU. This isnt currently supported by Premiere Pro and is causing A LOT of freezing. Would be good for them to sort out the support of this ASAP as a ot of new laptops have this GPU3 votes
Enable the Hardware acceleration on NVIDIA 3090 cards for HDR/High10.
Currently Adobe Premiere Pro supporting hardware accelecrtion for SDR contnet only, it's the time to add Hardware also for HDR content.3 votes
Before the premierepro ver 14.5, the hardware encoding and decoding option of the media tap is just one.
At that time, there is no problem with exporting media. the GPU usage was over 90%.
From the ver 14.5, the hardware encoding and decoding option are splitted.
If I use the two options are on, premierepro expoting engine couldn't use GPU anymore while the GPU usage is over 90% when the encoding option is on and decoding option is off.
The same problem goes on at the ver 15.0.
Anyone experienced same problem?
I think it is a bug.3 votes
Why does Premiere Pro not support the actually used GPUs of the 2020 MacBooks like the AMD Radeon 5300M?
I really don’t get it.
I mean, the monthly fee for using the program is fair enough, but than I‘d expect to be able to use the full potential of an up to date MacBook Pro.
For me, if Adobe will not include the actual GPUs, it would be a reason to switch over to Final Cut or Avid.3 votes
I think it would be fair to all Premiere Pro users (and buyers) whom own AMD graphic cards to get support for ProRes RAW on Windows as it's now supported only on NVIDIA cards in Windows.
Premiere Pro 14.3 and older do not use the GPU when playing back Canon CRM files on Mac OS. I have to reduce the resolution to 1/4th to get fluid playback.
Canon RAW Developer and Davinci Resolve have no problem playing back the footage at full resolution on my Macs, so the hardware should be fast enough.3 votes
pretty much the title, it's not a idea, it's just that when using curves in Lumetri in my footage the result gets fully corrupted and broken, with some weird white squares.
When rendering only in CPU this is solved, but preview time gets hugeeely slower
when downgrading the driver the issue is also solved, but this isn't a optimal solution since it's best for every other application and even premiere to have the most updated drives. I attached a image file showing how this glitch looks3 votes
adobe player exception occured player 5 since the yesterday update. GPU acceleration CUDA is not working anymore
problem with GPU acceleration not accepted since the latesty upgrade3 votes
With GPU acceleration turned on in project settings, transparent graphics appear about 40 percent more transparent than they should. When GPU acceleration is turned off the graphics display correctly. This happens with both image files, .PSD, PNG etc., video files, CineForm, ProRes, and dynamically linked AE compositions.
I am using Premiere 14.0.3, RTX 2070 driver version 442.50, Windows 10.
Attached is a image with side-by-side screen grabs of a black graphic with various amounts of opacity over a light paper texture. Left side is the timeline with GPU acceleration off, right with the GPU acceleration on.3 votes
I'm using the latest Nvidia Studio Driver (Version 431.86) and videos will not render if graphics acceleration (CUDA) is turned on. Previews also often appear black. This anomaly does not occur in Premiere versions 13.0.3 or before. We tried reinstalling my GPU driver, transcoding my asset files, moving the project into a new sequence, and reinstalling Premiere 13.1.5...and nothing fixed the issue. We also tried to use the Nvidia Game Ready driver to no avail. Please address this issue in the next iteration of Premiere 13.1.6. Thank you3 votes
This has been plaguing me for years in Premiere.
Enabling CUDA screws up various aspects of rendering.
Here, you can see how enabling CUDA dramatically changes how text fades in:3 votes
I have GTX 1660 Ti and it cannot detected by Premiere Pro. It's using iGPU. I disabled my iGPU on BIOS. I'm using desktop PC btw. And now it seems it isn't using iGPU or dGPU either. It uses only my CPU. And in export settings, "Software Only" is avaible. Where's hardware acceleration? There is not. I updated my GPU to last driver on GeForce Exprience. I checked GPUSniffer, it detect my GPU but it isn't avaible on program.3 votes
Fix the GPU acceleration issue with AMD Radeon r9 m370x 2048mb. The cuda drivers aren't recognized. Ever since I updated to Mojave... SUCK
Fix the GPU acceleration issue with AMD Radeon r9 m370x 2048mb. The cuda drivers aren't recognized and I keep getting an error when trying to use Effects saying it "Requires GPU acceleration". Ever since I updated to Mojave... Adobe Premiere works like ******* *. I'm so *** off that I'm paying $30 a month for a **** product that doesn't even work!3 votes
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