- Did you restart Pr?
- Did the .txt file save properly? Usually, it requires elevated admin privileges to modify it. Run Notepad as Administrator should work.
- Try setting the Global 3D settings to Let the Application Decide.
- Simply delete the cuda_supported_cards.txt file and re-launch Pr.
3. Which option lets it decide for itself?
4 Delete!?? Hasn't the .txt file edit worked? its recognising it in the cmd output.
Neither worked mate.
Two things to try.
1. Go back into the cuda_supported_cards.txt file and make sure there is
NOT a space at the end of each line. They need to end on a character and
not a space. If there is a space, the video card entry will not be seen by
2. Re-Install the NVidia drivers and do a clean install. Follow the first
two steps in this article
Please let me know how you make out.
I have the same card that you do, and it works here. So something is different with your hardware or system setup. You did a good job with the initial barrage of screenshots, but some more info is needed. A good list of required info is here:
Nothing working. Im close to doing a clean install of CS6 in the default location. Thats gonna eat up my SSD.
>clean install of CS6 in the default location. Thats gonna eat up my SSD
Does that mean you installed to something other than your boot drive?
I reinstalled CS5 on the bookdisk and it worked fine. Spent 9 hours trying everything else its really was the only thing left and the last thing I wanted to do.
Rendering a 32min clip with Gaussian Blur effect
Before CUDA it took 4 hours and hence my move to purchase a CUDA card.
After CUDA 23mins! using Encoder
I noticed that the GPU is not stressing that much still. Only running at 30% activity???
Logical, it is waiting for your slow CPU to catch up.
>reinstalled CS5 on the bookdisk and it worked fine
I have read other messages that Premiere does not like being installed on anything other than the boot drive