5 Replies Latest reply on Apr 3, 2018 9:32 AM by Jim_Simon

    Exporting Video Takes 95% of CPU Usade

    alexs1748900

      My PC Specs are:

       

       

       

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      Intel i5 6402P

      16GB Ram

      Nvidea GTX 1050TI

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      Even having such Configuration while Exporting file in H.264 my CPU Uses goes to 90-95% and Also the Rendering takes much time.

      Previously i had Gt 610 GFX and 8GB ram and that was also giving me same Results which I'm getting now with Upgraded Configuration,

       

      Help Needed !

        • 1. Re: Exporting Video Takes 95% of CPU Usade
          Ann Bens Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          Most rendering and exporting is done on the cpu.

          What cuda does and does not do:

          CUDA, OpenCL, Mercury Playback Engine, and Adobe Premiere Pro | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe

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          • 2. Re: Exporting Video Takes 95% of CPU Usade
            Jim_Simon Level 9

            I'm not sure I understand.  You're complaining that export is making use of almost all available resources?  You want it to use less, and go slower?  You want it to use 100%?  Help me out here.

            • 3. Re: Exporting Video Takes 95% of CPU Usade
              RjL190365 Level 5

              While you're performing diagnosis on that PC, did you remember to completely uninstall the existing graphics drivers before you switched GPUs from one generation to the other? You see, it sounds like your system might still have traces of the Fermi-generation GPU settings in the Windows registry, which will not function properly on a newer-generation (such as Pascal) GPU. And don't forget to download the new drivers directly from nVidia and not through Microsoft Update. And be sure to use Custom installation and check the box marked "Clean installation" when you reinstall the drivers after swapping cards.

               

              In addition to checking for that, it is very possible that your old GT 610 would not let you use anywhere near the full CPU utilization even if you wanted to. This is because the GT 610 is so horrible (it is actually a rebadged GT 520, with only 48 CUDA cores and only 64-bit DDR3 graphics RAM with a throughput of only 12.8 or 14.4 GB/s) that it actually degrades even the CPU-only performance, even in situations that make absolutely no use whatsoever of the GPU. As a result of that, your i5-6402P is so degraded at this artificially capped CPU utilization limit that it performs no better than a 10-year-old Core 2 Quad CPU or even a Core 2 Duo dual-core CPU.

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              • 4. Re: Exporting Video Takes 95% of CPU Usade
                alexs1748900 Level 1

                Yea. I formatted my pc before installing GTX 1050TI.

                Sometimes while rendering high end video(4K with lot of Volor grading) my pc gets restarted automatically... Even When i use Media Encoder same thinf happens...

                Now i have edited 4Min long video and its been almost 2 Hours still it is only 77% Done.

                Whats the Issue.

                • 5. Re: Exporting Video Takes 95% of CPU Usade
                  Jim_Simon Level 9

                  Your machine rebooting during an export sounds like a system issue.  Maybe excessive heat, some faulty hardware, a bad driver.

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