Apply the 'Hack' to the cuda_supported_cards.txt file.
Open C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5\cuda_supported_cards.txt and add a line "GeForce GTX 590" (of course without the "") and save the file.
This really work for After Effects CS6 and Adobe Premiere CS6????
I do not know about helping After Effects, but with the correct setup above (the modified file plus the the mode changes in the OP's question) it can be made to work in Premiere. In Premiere it will not be any better with the dual GPU card than with a single GPU version and you might just as well then go with a newer GTX 600 series. We have at least two out of the four GTX 590 submissions to our PPBM5 benchmark scores that seem to be working properly
I'm sorry to dig up old posts.. but I recently got inherited a gtx590...
I'm using Adobe CC 2015 on Windows 10...
But in any case, Adobe Media Encoder hangs in the middle of rendering whenever I choose the CUDA option for its renderer.
Was hoping if anyone could help with this old gpu problem..
My first guess it is a driver problem. Have you upgraded from the nVidia web site the suggested driver. I do not know if Windows 10 supports that generation of GPU especially since it is a dual model. If upgrading does not help, you may have to try some intermediate version
Yeah, it's the updated driver and recently it got updated once more...
wondering whether it is because windows 10 drivers are just not well developed yet by NVIDIA... especially for an old card with (and an in built dual gpu to complicate matters)
but the gpu seems to be working fine for normal gaming... so maybe bad CUDA support?
the only software that's outdated is my Bios, but it seems unlikely to be the cause of the problem..
so you think I should try uninstalling the gpu driver and install an older version? not sure there are plenty options for windows 10 tho...
Just double-checking, do you still need to do this for CC 2015? I thought Adobe fixed this so that compatible GPUs are automatically used.
Do you realize that you are asking a question about a 2 1/2 year old post? That was before CC
no, you are not required to manually "hack" premiere to allow untested GPUs anymore...
CC 2015 premiere should allow you to select CUDA acceleration by default.