I have a GTX 580 using PP CS6 and I'm trying to export a 1 hour video and it says that it's going to take 10 hours! I have CUDA enabled in Nvidia control panel and Mercury Playback Engine Enabled in PP CS6. Yet when i export a video and look at the gpu utilization it says 0% and my cpu is at 100%. Any ideas?
Thanks for the help,
Sorry for lack of information. Footage is from a game actually shot with fraps. Effects are just transitions and image overlays. Exporting with 1080p default specs using h.256 encoder with aac audio, 30 fps and maximum render setting checkbox checked. The machine uses an i5 660 overclocked to 5.5ghz, 8gb corsair dominator ddr3 ram, editing off corsair gt ssd and GTX 580 MSI Lightning Edition.
Oh, okay thanks. I thought that was the entire reason it was added in (being that's the most intensive part of the process). Is there any 3rd party cuda renderers that are able to use pp as the source?
The MPE acceleration is used on playback and export primarily for scaling, interpolation, and some effects. The only 3rd party encoder that I am aware of that uses acceleration for encoding is Cineform's utility. However that wont import an Adobe Project file. Media Encoder will give you the best performance at this point exporting Premiere Projects.
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