3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 28, 2016 6:52 PM by Bill Gehrke

    Will Adobe make the GeForce GTX 1070 and 1080 fully compatible with Premiere?

    StavaFilm Level 1

      As of now Adobe has updated the "supported requirements" list with the 2017 release of Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Yet, I wonder, why the highest Geforce GTX card supported for GPU acceleration in Windows is the 2013 Geforce GTX 780 and 780M.

       

      Among pro-users working with Geforce CUDA, the Geforce GTX 1070 and 1080 is the most popular graphics cards on the market, and personally I own a 1070 myself. I purchased this knowing it was not fully compatible with GPU acceleration in Adobe Premiere Pro, but there should be support just around the corner.

       

      Several months later, I am still sitting here with my 1070 inside my tower, with the ability to only utilize not even 51% but only 50% of the 1070s potential. Yet I see, the Quadro M6000, which was released in 2016 is supported. The Quadro series is a much more premium high-end GPU line which is targeted towards high-end professionals whom could also afford a specced out Mac Pro. But with us low budget creatives, whom can't afford 24GB of VRAM, it seems that Adobe lacks ability to make the 1070 and 1080 supported.

       

      What should all this mean? Should we move over to AMD? Should we move over to Macs? Should we just cut with regular tape again?

       

      Come on Adobe. You can do better than that.