Nope it doesn't work...
I try now an clean installation of Premiere Pro CC and Media Encoder.
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It works with 6th and 7th Gen processors only, I do believe.
Are you talking GPU hardware support/acceleration, or H.264 hardware acceleration? Those are two different things.
The first is an option in the Project settings dialog, the second in the Preferences/Media dialog.
I talk about Exportsettings then encoding settings and there is is the first tab that say "only Software" and i can't change it.
When i left my Cursor over it, it tells me: No Hardwareacceleration available. No Supportet Hardware found.
When i Render my Videos from Media Encoder i can check GPU- Acceleration BUT when i start my Encoding then u have at the bottom Infos about the Video and there is shown "only Software".
While Rendering my CPU is up too 100% and my GPU at 37%.
The Intel hardware-accelerated H.264 encoder that's in the CC 2018.1 version of Premiere Pro is compatible only with the 6th-generation or later Intel I-series CPUs with integrated Intel HD or UHD Graphics 500- or 600-series enabled. It has nothing to do with the MPE GPU acceleration for the discrete GPUs. You have only a 4th-generation Intel i7 CPU, which automatically disqualifies your system from enabling hardware acceleration of H.264 encodes.
Again, this has nothing to do whatsoever with the MPE GPU acceleration for renders.
Okay thx now i get it ^^.
I tought this where the same.
Hello, I wonder if all problems above would be solved if you would downgrade to an older version of PP, is that true?