What is your nVidia driver version?
Right click in any open area of the Windows desktop
Select NVIDIA Control Panel from the popup window
Select SYSTEM INFORMATION at the lower left corner
Driver version should be the 1st line in Details
If you do not have driver 310.90 you may need to update
@ Mr. Smith: Yes, I have the latest driver for the GTX670. I'll try to export without cuda and see what happens.
Sure hope I won't need to disable GPU acceleration every time to get a successful encode...
Okay, I re-encoded the video without acceleration, and guess what... it worked! Probably took five times as long- but it worked. Is there a solution for this?
You have a problem with your Nvidia graphics card. (Faulting module name: nvcuda.dll)
The Adobe Mercury Playback Engine can massively speedup rendering in GPU (CUDA) mode.
BUT: You need a stable GPU configuration for that.
Adobe has certified some graphics cards for the MPE but the GTX 670 isn't one of them.
I have too a GTX 670 running fine - so it can work.
--> If you want to be on the save route install a Adobe certified graphics card.
--> If you want to use your existing NOT CERTIFIED GTX 670 card you have to check your config - card manufacturer - something is crashing Premiere in GPU mode currently...