I'm sorry I accidentally came to mixing of abbreviations and letters. Of course smoking is Adobe Premiere CS 5.5 version I'm using.
First photo look like this:
Second you will ask for, I suppose is this:
I can not find any Mercury Playback Engine (MPE)
This is info about the named/type GPU:
My cuda_supported_cards.txt file looks like this:
GeForce GTX 285
GeForce GTX 470
GeForce GTX 570
GeForce GTX 580
Quadro FX 3700M
Quadro FX 3800
Quadro FX 3800M
Quadro FX 4800
Quadro FX 5800
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780
Hope this info give some sense for wath are wrong here.
Just delete the .txt file. It's the simplest way.
Delete this file, a joke I think? Well, I renamed the file as nor well known filename, just to keep it ready for re-named back again. I start up with a finished project. A red line across timeline occur. I check playback setting Sequence<<Sequence setting>>Playback setting; No Mercury Engine GPU accelerator could been seen. But during this time I could recognize this red line in background change color to yellow, then green! Woola!!
I start a new project, and surprised I could see my Engine was present! That means, even I did not se any ME GPU accelerator in playback setting under Sequences, the Engine ar working in the background, all because of delete this file! So simply! but who knews?
Thanks to Bill !
The mistake you made is
"NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780"
Had you just not bothered to type in the "NVIDIA" it would have worked
So easy? I was during a video tutorials guides to insert exactly the GPU full name. Yes, I reflect over other GPU manufacturer, non of thus was including NVIDIA. The most simple method was to delete this file.
But the tutorials I have seen all said to use Adobe's "GPUSniffer.exe" and not GPU-Z.
Could be, but one man has to be the first one that not using GPUsniffer It's correct, when I mention one year ago, I was using GPUsniffer. Overall, the best is to knew not need this txt file.
Skip to 3:40, this was CUDA for Pro ver, but the principle are he same. Not GPUsniffer in use here.