GPU acceleration is only used for certain things. If you don't have any GPU accelerated effects on your timeline, or you are not resizing when you transcode , it's mostly all Cpu.
I see, yes. The plugin for Neat Video did work with the GPU a small amount when I enabled it. In that dialog, it allows using GPU, CPU or GPU and CPU, is GPU and CPU the fastest? thanks!
If you would like to see ~100% GPU usage run my Premiere Pro BenchMark and with the GPU accelerated MPEG2-DVD time line you can see that. If you run the whole four tests and Submit the results I can comment on your results, and maybe help you get more performance out of your system
I downloaded it but: Which timeline is the GPU accelerated MPEG2-DVD one? How do I run 4 tests and see the results? I am on the latest version of Premiere. thanks
Well if you have not changed anything when you start up is self-instructing. IF you changed any settings select the Disk I/O timline and follow the "title" page to set up your settings. Once you have run all four exports you run the approprate Statistics file which will give you a popup window with some verbiage and it produces an Output.csv file/ If you then Submit it, it will ask you to download Speccy which gives me detail hardware/software information on your computer so I can make the best constructive comments for your benefit.
The second test is the first export of the MPEG2-DVD timeline which is GPU accelerated. But to get the results you have to run all four exports to get the report
Thanks for the instructions....hope to be using them soon.
Really appreciate the advice in this thread. I too am having major issues with Latency and I'm running a fairly serious build so must have something configured wrong somewhere.
Waiting for Benchmark to download and will see what's going on hopefully.
Thank you for this benchmarking app.
Ran the tests and got really bad results for my system. I'm wondering if I have something set up incorrectly. I send you the speccy snapshot and submitted my results. Would love to hear your thoughts.
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- Your Disk I/O time of 129 seconds or 288 MB/sec is lousy for your 850 EVO but since it is 94% full it is no wonder
- Your CPU intensive score of 506 Seconds for your slightly overclocked 4-core i7-4790K is about normal if you look at my CPU scores page.
- The two GPU accelerated score are about what I would expect from your GTX 760
I have also submitted my results. What are your thoughts?
I really appreciate your time and what you're doing for the community! Thanks Bill.
I know you have been replied with many suggestion but what I believe your question is still unanswered. To enable GPU on Premiere Pro you have to follow 4 simple steps.
(1) First of all change the Renderer on Premiere Pro, Media Encoder and After Effects and then close all the Adobe apps (creative cloud would be fine if running but close Premiere, Photoshop and such other apps).
(2) Disable Intel on-board GPU in "Device Manager" (If your motherboard has an on-board GPU like Intel HD Graphics) . Search for "Device Manager" in start menu, navigate to your on-board GPU, right click on it and select Disable device and click yes on the pop-up received.
(3) Go to the installation director which is like "C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017" (based on your installation architecture x86 or x64. For my example its on x64 installation) and look for the file "GPUSniffer.exe".
(3) Run "GPUSniffer.exe" as an administrator and it's done. Repeat the same for Media Encoder and all other Adobe installations where you find the GPUSniffer file.
Now you can select the Rendered back to Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration (CUDA) and would be able to get GPU usage while rendering or exporting the video. Just as a suggestion when your GPU is of much higher quality to that of your CPU, there are chances of higher CPU consumption percentage as compared GPU consumption and this is why it is recommended to have both the things at par to get the optimum result of your system. Other than that always run all the resource hungry apps as administrator. By doing so you would face lesser number of issues and/or face under-performance of your system.
Here are your results:
"85","68","26","285", Premiere Version:, 220.127.116.11
With your 6-core i7-8700, GTX 1060 6GB, 16 GB RAM
- Your 285 seconds for your new CPU is very good for a six core processor (I will have to add it into my CPU web page) it actually is better than some 8-cores.
- Your GTX 1060 6GB is doing great with its 26 seconds for the export of the MPEG2-DVD timeline and 68 seconds on the H.264 timeline export.
- My only confusion is the Disk I/O export would be lousy if you exported to your 960 EVO SSD, but it is too good if you exported to the 1 TB WD hard disk drive. Look at my Storage test results
Thanks for your reply. I had the project files and also did the export on the 960 EVO. I also thought it's a bit weird. i might try to run it again