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Premiere Pro no longer utilizing intel iGPU

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Posted · Original PosterOP

im running the latest build of Windows 10

Adobe CC and all apps are up to date

bios is up to date 

iGPU drivers up to date

iGPU still enabled in Bios

Nvidia Drivers up to date.

 

My render times have increased significantly and its really bogging me down.

Before i would be able to use 20-40% CPU and 50-60% iGPU and 30-40% GTX 1080 and i could render out projects within 15 minutes

and now for the same projects its no longer using my iGPU but maxing out CPU and my render times have increased to 25 minutes. 

this is significant because i have to render out MULTIPLE difference versions of my project for the client 

 

Any thoughts?

 

 

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i7-8700 with intel UHD 630

msi b360i gaming itx

16gb ram

GTX 1080

ssd everything

 


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what's the system spec?


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5 minutes ago, m0k said:

im running the latest build of Windows 10

Adobe CC and all apps are up to date

bios is up to date 

iGPU drivers up to date

iGPU still enabled in Bios

Nvidia Drivers up to date.

 

My render times have increased significantly and its really bogging me down.

Before i would be able to use 20-40% CPU and 50-60% iGPU and 30-40% GTX 1080 and i could render out projects within 15 minutes

and now for the same projects its no longer using my iGPU but maxing out CPU and my render times have increased to 25 minutes. 

this is significant because i have to render out MULTIPLE difference versions of my project for the client 

 

Any thoughts?

Which iGPU do you have as Adobe will drop support for specific GPUs with regards to hardware acceleration without notice frankly. If it's not on this list: https://helpx.adobe.com/ca/premiere-pro/system-requirements.html, it's not going to do much. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
55 minutes ago, Moonzy said:

what's the system spec?

 

54 minutes ago, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

Which iGPU do you have as Adobe will drop support for specific GPUs with regards to hardware acceleration without notice frankly. If it's not on this list: https://helpx.adobe.com/ca/premiere-pro/system-requirements.html, it's not going to do much. 

edit: 

i7-8700 with intel UHD 630

msi b360i gaming itx

16gb ram

GTX 1080

ssd everything


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I do have the same problem. It happen in Pr 2020, it seems like when I use Cuda option (not openCL), then Pr does not use the igpu any more. And when I playback the timeline, It is alot lagger than when I used 2019 version of Pr. I think it is the problem of Premiere 2020.

(i7-8700 with intel UHD 630

Z370 mobo with 32Gb of ram

GTX 1060 6gb

ssd everything)

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On 10/2/2020 at 1:30 PM, doublett18 said:

I do have the same problem. It happen in Pr 2020, it seems like when I use Cuda option (not openCL), then Pr does not use the igpu any more. And when I playback the timeline, It is alot lagger than when I used 2019 version of Pr. I think it is the problem of Premiere 2020.

(i7-8700 with intel UHD 630

Z370 mobo with 32Gb of ram

GTX 1060 6gb

ssd everything)

i posted this issue on the adobe forums and i only got this one response 
https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/premiere-pro-no-longer-supports-intel-uhd-630/m-p/11488219?page=1#M302753

 

so im going to see if rolling back my igpu driver helps
and/or see if going back to premiere pro v14.1 helps

 

 


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