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  1. Premiere Pro not using Nvidia GPU for rendering

    My laptop has an Intel integrated GPU and a Nvidia Gtx960M GPU, however premiere pro will only use the Intel GPU for rendering, even if I have set the renderer to be CUDA and forced premiere to use the Nvidia GPU in Nvidia settings.

    86 votes

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  2. ability to choose graphic card

    us that need to work on the road and have the newer laptops with dual GPU's are currently grossly set back as Premiere prioritizes the internal Intel graphic card, instead of the Nvdia card that is also present in the laptop.
    It's a widespread problem (few google searches proofs that) and it would be nice to have it fixed. especially as it's a trend with a dGPU.
    thanks in advance.

    76 votes

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  3. Premiere Pro not using Dedicated GPU.

    Premiere Pro is not using my Dedicated Graphics card: GTX 1080 6GB. It is using the CPU and my internal GPU, even if I set all the settings to use the GTX and add the card to cudasupportedcards.txt.

    67 votes

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  4. Hardware HEVC and H264 decoding on Nvidia NVENC

    I see that Windows Movie app is using modern GTX cards by default for playback and scrubbing which allows for ultra smooth scrubbing and almost no CPU usage even for 4K compressed files from cameras and phones.

    When you drag these files to Premiere, scrubbing starts to suffer and CPU is highly used. The obvious thing is to support this feature in Premiere so we don't have to make proxies for everything

    35 votes

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  5. better use of GPU for more effects

    Many sequences don't need anything off the GPU Accelerated Effects list, so the GPU just sits there unused while the CPU is chugging away.

    Please add things to the workload of the GPU so that the CPU doesn't carry the load if GPU resources are available.

    34 votes

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  6. eGPU Support is Poor

    Out of all the major video editors, Pr Pro has the poorest support for eGPUs on Mac. Please enable your users with support your competition has. It is almost as if there are no added bonuses.

    26 votes

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  7. Please give us option to chose the GPU we want to route to.

    My internal GPU cannot not be used for Premiere, which is insane that I have an Nvidia 1060 in my laptop that can't be used.

    23 votes

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  8. Add to the recommended video adapters to accelerate the GPU -> GTX1080

    Add to the recommended video adapters to accelerate the GPU -> GTX1080. A lot of users use these cards. Forums are overwhelmed with this problem.

    21 votes

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  9. Add Discrette GPU Decoding and Encoding

    Dear Adobe team !
    The most important in video editing software is perfomance and speed.
    I think if You add discrete NVIDIA hardware accelerated decoding of h264 and h265 files, it will really improve the playback in PP.
    Also if You add NVENC support for encode h264 - h265 it will really speed up the render procedure.
    This what is done by Your competitors and this is one of the most big reasons why editors swith to Davinci Resolve etc.
    I think this is time to do it.
    I know that you working hard tgo bring a new functionality to…

    20 votes

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  10. Use Discrete instead of Integratde GPUs on prebuilts

    Premiere Pro by default utilizes GPU0 on computers. However, in most prebuilts that include a discrete GPU as an extra, GPU0 is integrated graphics, and there is no way to make Premiere use the discrete graphics short of disabling the integrated graphics in device manager, which means one cannot use the iGPU for a different purpose at the same time.

    20 votes

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  11. eGPU support

    It looks like playback with effects turned on does not really offload much of the processing power to my eGPU. I'd imagine this is frustrating for most laptop users who have an eGPU at home they plug into. Please allow the offloading of graphics processing to the eGPU. Thanks!

    18 votes

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  12. Enable NVIDIA hardware decoding for smooth playback

    Hey !
    Do you track what your competitors do?
    Install Davinchi Resolve studio 15 and just see how it play H264 files.
    Just smooth and without any proxy even at multicam sequences.
    And all this with a discrete NVIDIA card of the middle price range
    Just tell me - you will do it in the next 50 years ?
    I hope that I will be in time then for you to rejoice.

    18 votes

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  13. better multi gpu suport , network farm rendering ,make more stuff run on gpu power ,

    when rendering my 2 gpu are working only at 10-30% and cpu at 100% make more stuff utilize and render faster and a

    16 votes

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  14. 16 votes

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  15. Please Improve Metal Support in macOS

    Metal support in Premiere Pro 2020 is currently very bad. On a Radeon VII under macOS Catalina, I'm seeing encode times from a ProRes 4444 timeline to ProRes HQ output taking 45-50 minutes for a 4-minute piece. That same piece encoded in under 10-minutes using OpenCL. Additionally, native Adobe plugins that work fine in OpenCL give a red banner CPU warning under Metal. There is no RED SDK support either. Clearly Metal render support needs work, especially if OpenCL is being deprecated. Please improve Metal support under macOS in Premiere Pro and across all professional media creation applications. Thanks.

    15 votes

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  16. Nvidia GTX 1050 CUDA issue

    Having a lots of CUDA playback issues (CUDA playback dropping off, black screen after few minutes) with Dell XPS 15 9750 with Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti. I got it to work reliably with and older GeForce driver (397.93) which I can no longer install because Win 10 64 automatic updates. The newer GeForce drivers 416.34 and 416.81 (compatible with Win 10 64 Built 17134) have CUDA playback issues with laster version of Premiere Pro CC (Version 13.0.1 (built 13). You can revert your project to Open CL mode which works reliably but much slower export/playback. Really frustrating with a new…

    14 votes

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  17. OpenCL mishandles jpg files with embedded ICC profile

    When using OpenCL to help generate video in Premiere Pro and Encoder, jpg images with embedded ICC profiles display distorted, both in preview and in the final render. Generating the same jpg without the ICC profile with Photoshop ensures it's rendered correctly.

    System: AMD Ryzen 3700X, RX 5700 XT (latest drivers as of 26.11.19)
    OS: Windows 10 Pro, 10.0.18.362
    Adobe software: Media Encoder 14.0, Premiere Pro 14.0

    13 votes

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  18. Include GPU in more calculations.

    When cutting videos in 4K, I can't watch the video smoothly because the CPU does all the rendering work and the GPU does nothing. And I want Adobe to improve that the GPU does more with rendering and cutting.

    10 votes

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  19. Fix CUDA support (because currently, switching it on/off renders very differently)

    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:

    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HaCqejvb2y7bRzDKZGrwdsMIVsf5wyhY/view

    10 votes

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  20. Premiere 2019 still refuses to utilize dedicated GPUS on dual-GPU laptops

    I'm running a Surface Book 2 equipped with a GTX 1060 and Intel integrated graphics. While I have had no issues forcing Premiere Pro 2018 to utilize my GTX 1060, Premiere Pro 2019 simply will not do so, regardless of the actions I take to try and force it to do so. Some users seem to have been able to resolve the issue on desktops, but I have had no such luck on my laptop

    The options to enable hardware acceleration and CUDA rendering in Premiere 2019 DO appear, and all the boxes are checked--but Premiere 2019 still defaults to…

    10 votes

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