I recently updated to the latest Premiere Pro version 12.1.1 but ever since I did that Premiere only uses the CPU to render.
12.0 did use around 60% of my CPU and some % of the GPU but after the update 0% GPU and 100% CPU.
While this is not a problem by itself, the rendering got a bit slower tho.
When exporting the encoding option only gives me "Only software" and I can't change that. Hovering over that options says that no supported hardware was detected for hardware encoding.
16GB DDR4 RAM
Is there a way to enable GPU assisted rendering again?
Thanks in advance.
(I won't downgrade to 12.0 because 12.1 adds support for vfr and I really want that)
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It seems like the thread is gone. What was the solution?
Sorry, I was groggy when I posted the link. Here's the correct link:
And here is the solution that was posted:
Mercury Playback Engine with GPU Acceleration is separate from Hardware-accelerated H.264 encoding.
Hardware-accelerated H.264 encoding (new feature in Premiere Pro 12.1) requires a CPU that supports Intel Quick Sync.
Moreover, Intel Graphics needs to be enabled on your PC (some manufacturers may choose to disable Intel Graphics).
No problem, thanks for fixing the link.
Hmm, that's strange because before I updated to 12.1 the encoding was hardware accelerated and I didn't change any hardware.