Short answer: nope.
the kind of hardware acceleration you probably revering to is only on Premiere Pro (Mercury Playback Engine)
Nice card though but Elements is cpu intensive.
Premiere Elements 13/13.1 and 14/14.1 Windows offer Hardware Acceleration that can be enabled in preferences for those whose computers are using an Intel HD Graphics 2000 and higher video card/graphics card. It has got to be Intel HD Graphics 2000 and higher video. This Hardware Acceleration does not apply to card described as just Intel HD Graphics.
For fuller details, please refer to
Any questions or need clarification on the above, please do not hesitate to ask.
Best wishes for the new year.
My CPU is Intel core I7 4770, I look for quality rendering HD video, what is the best choice:
---Turn on the "Use Hardware Acceleration" setting and enable option " higt quality, low speed "
---Turn off the "use Hardware Acceleration"
Thank's for your help
Happy new year everyone
Thank you for the reply.
From the previewing point of view, the following should help you
a. Edit Menu/Preferences/General and setting the Timeline rendering quality to High quality, low speed. That will gain you a preview with a resolution of 1920 x 1080. Instead of the lower resolution preview that comes with the setting of Draft quality, High speed.
If interest in Premiere Elements preview files formats, please refer to
b. Right click of Edit area monitor to get menu with option for Playback Quality. This is set by default to Automatic. Please explore the Highest choice.
Typically the enabling or disabling of the Intel HD Graphics 2000 or newer (in the presence of absence of the card) has its most impact of the exporting and export failures.
Best wishes with your Premiere Elements projects.