Thanks a lot Harm
Still have good use of your guides too once in a while
I have one more question, that might be harder to answer.
I have read several threads regarding fully supported graphicscards, and fully understand that Adobe for starters has narrowed it down to a few, to secure stability etc.
I got the GTX 460, but I am wondering if it would be worth it to change it to GTX 285, which is on the "100% ok list"?
I know it is hard to answer unless you have tried both in the same configuration, but maybe I could get a rough idea about it.
Thanks in advance.
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Do not change the video card. Your 460 is far better than the 285 and to enable it by means on the 'hack', just edit the file:
cuda_supported_cards.txt in C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 to include a line that says, without the quotes:
"GeForce GTX 460"
Mind the capitalization, it is crucial. You can copy another line in the file to a new line and just change the last three numbers from xxx to 460 so you know you don't have any typo's.
Thanks again Harm - this is great info - I'll try it out
Just wanted to let you know - did my first encoding right now, and was fantastic
Did encode 35 min. DV AVI PAL WS to FLV ½ size, best quality.
Before on my i920 with On2 Flix Pro I was used to get 45 min. encoding time. Now on my 980X, also 12 GB and same discsetup, with AME and best quality selected and also 1 pass VBR I get ONLY 11 min.
I do this once a week minumum and will save a lot of time.
Thanks for your help
edit: and a 2:43 hrs. same source to DVD high quality in 22 min. - what a breeze
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