Adobe Premiere / Media Encoder with CUDA Doesn't seems to work with me :-/
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Hi everybody, I had a little question for you.

I've seen anywhere on the internet that Adobe CS5 (especially Adobe Premiere and Media Encoder, as I'm doing video editing) support Cuda accelerated video encoding... Well I thought that would be great but actually, since I'm using it, it's apparently not working the way it should :-/

As I write this, I'm currently encoding a video, and I'm making some "live" screenshots right now to show you what I mean.

So, when I created my project on Adobe Premiere, I made sure that the Mercury GPU thing was selected :

[img]http://denej.free.fr/images/screenshots/cuda01.jpg[/img]

I do my stuff with my video... I choose some H.264 codec to encode my video, and export it with Adobe Media Encoder (hell yeah, you recognized, it's a 3D Vision video capture) :

[img]http://denej.free.fr/images/screenshots/cuda02.jpg[/img]

But look at the time ! 3 HOURS ! And, at the same time I though that my processor's fan was getting louder... Indeed :

[img]http://denej.free.fr/images/screenshots/cuda03.jpg[/img]

My i7 920 is completely taken by the video encoding... But, where's the GPU ??? I don't really understand !

Here's the detailled information about my NVidia Stuff (gotten from the control pannel, in french, sorry) :


[code]Rapport Informations sur le système NVIDIA créé le : 10/11/2010 16:22:53
Nom du système : IGLOO

[Affichage]
Processeur : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz (2673 MHz)
Système d'exploitation : Windows 7 Home Premium, 64-bit
Version de DirectX : 11.0
Processeur graphique : GeForce GTX 285
Version du pilote : 258.96
Noyaux CUDA : 240
Horloge principale : 648 MHz
Horloge de Shader : 1476 MHz
Horloge de mémoire : 1242 MHz (2484 MHz débit)
Interface de mémoire : 512 bits
Mémoire graphique disponible totale : 2811 Mo
Mémoire vidéo dédiée : 1024 Mo de GDDR3
Mémoire vidéo du système : 0 Mo
Mémoire du système partagée : 1787 Mo
Version BIOS vidéo : 62.00.77.00.00
IRQ : 24
Bus : PCI Express x16 Gen2

[Composants]

nvCplUIR.dll 3.3.532.01 NVIDIA Control Panel
nvCplUI.exe 3.3.532.01 NVIDIA Control Panel
nvViTvSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Video Server
nvViTvS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Video Server
nvWSSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Workstation Server
nvWSS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Workstation Server
PhysX 09.10.0224 NVIDIA PhysX
NVCUDA.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA CUDA 3.1.1 driver
nvGameSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Settings Server
nvGameS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Settings Server
NVSTVIEW.EXE 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision
NVSTTEST.EXE 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Vision Test Application
NVSTRES.DLL 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Vision Module (0)
nvDispSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Display Server
NVMCTRAY.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA Media Center Library
nvDispS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Display Server
NVCPL.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA Compatible Windows7 Display driver, Version 258.96[/code]

Soo... Did I completely miss the use of Cuda or something is wrong ?
Hi everybody, I had a little question for you.



I've seen anywhere on the internet that Adobe CS5 (especially Adobe Premiere and Media Encoder, as I'm doing video editing) support Cuda accelerated video encoding... Well I thought that would be great but actually, since I'm using it, it's apparently not working the way it should :-/



As I write this, I'm currently encoding a video, and I'm making some "live" screenshots right now to show you what I mean.



So, when I created my project on Adobe Premiere, I made sure that the Mercury GPU thing was selected :



Image



I do my stuff with my video... I choose some H.264 codec to encode my video, and export it with Adobe Media Encoder (hell yeah, you recognized, it's a 3D Vision video capture) :



Image



But look at the time ! 3 HOURS ! And, at the same time I though that my processor's fan was getting louder... Indeed :



Image



My i7 920 is completely taken by the video encoding... But, where's the GPU ??? I don't really understand !



Here's the detailled information about my NVidia Stuff (gotten from the control pannel, in french, sorry) :





Rapport Informations sur le système NVIDIA créé le : 10/11/2010 16:22:53

Nom du système : IGLOO



[Affichage]

Processeur : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz (2673 MHz)

Système d'exploitation : Windows 7 Home Premium, 64-bit

Version de DirectX : 11.0

Processeur graphique : GeForce GTX 285

Version du pilote : 258.96

Noyaux CUDA : 240

Horloge principale : 648 MHz

Horloge de Shader : 1476 MHz

Horloge de mémoire : 1242 MHz (2484 MHz débit)

Interface de mémoire : 512 bits

Mémoire graphique disponible totale : 2811 Mo

Mémoire vidéo dédiée : 1024 Mo de GDDR3

Mémoire vidéo du système : 0 Mo

Mémoire du système partagée : 1787 Mo

Version BIOS vidéo : 62.00.77.00.00

IRQ : 24

Bus : PCI Express x16 Gen2



[Composants]



nvCplUIR.dll 3.3.532.01 NVIDIA Control Panel

nvCplUI.exe 3.3.532.01 NVIDIA Control Panel

nvViTvSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Video Server

nvViTvS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Video Server

nvWSSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Workstation Server

nvWSS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Workstation Server

PhysX 09.10.0224 NVIDIA PhysX

NVCUDA.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA CUDA 3.1.1 driver

nvGameSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Settings Server

nvGameS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Settings Server

NVSTVIEW.EXE 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision

NVSTTEST.EXE 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Vision Test Application

NVSTRES.DLL 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Vision Module (0)

nvDispSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Display Server

NVMCTRAY.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA Media Center Library

nvDispS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Display Server

NVCPL.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA Compatible Windows7 Display driver, Version 258.96




Soo... Did I completely miss the use of Cuda or something is wrong ?

Image

French NVidia User and 3D Vision Addict !

#1
Posted 10/11/2010 02:31 PM   
Hi everybody, I had a little question for you.

I've seen anywhere on the internet that Adobe CS5 (especially Adobe Premiere and Media Encoder, as I'm doing video editing) support Cuda accelerated video encoding... Well I thought that would be great but actually, since I'm using it, it's apparently not working the way it should :-/

As I write this, I'm currently encoding a video, and I'm making some "live" screenshots right now to show you what I mean.

So, when I created my project on Adobe Premiere, I made sure that the Mercury GPU thing was selected :

[img]http://denej.free.fr/images/screenshots/cuda01.jpg[/img]

I do my stuff with my video... I choose some H.264 codec to encode my video, and export it with Adobe Media Encoder (hell yeah, you recognized, it's a 3D Vision video capture) :

[img]http://denej.free.fr/images/screenshots/cuda02.jpg[/img]

But look at the time ! 3 HOURS ! And, at the same time I though that my processor's fan was getting louder... Indeed :

[img]http://denej.free.fr/images/screenshots/cuda03.jpg[/img]

My i7 920 is completely taken by the video encoding... But, where's the GPU ??? I don't really understand !

Here's the detailled information about my NVidia Stuff (gotten from the control pannel, in french, sorry) :


[code]Rapport Informations sur le système NVIDIA créé le : 10/11/2010 16:22:53
Nom du système : IGLOO

[Affichage]
Processeur : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz (2673 MHz)
Système d'exploitation : Windows 7 Home Premium, 64-bit
Version de DirectX : 11.0
Processeur graphique : GeForce GTX 285
Version du pilote : 258.96
Noyaux CUDA : 240
Horloge principale : 648 MHz
Horloge de Shader : 1476 MHz
Horloge de mémoire : 1242 MHz (2484 MHz débit)
Interface de mémoire : 512 bits
Mémoire graphique disponible totale : 2811 Mo
Mémoire vidéo dédiée : 1024 Mo de GDDR3
Mémoire vidéo du système : 0 Mo
Mémoire du système partagée : 1787 Mo
Version BIOS vidéo : 62.00.77.00.00
IRQ : 24
Bus : PCI Express x16 Gen2

[Composants]

nvCplUIR.dll 3.3.532.01 NVIDIA Control Panel
nvCplUI.exe 3.3.532.01 NVIDIA Control Panel
nvViTvSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Video Server
nvViTvS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Video Server
nvWSSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Workstation Server
nvWSS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Workstation Server
PhysX 09.10.0224 NVIDIA PhysX
NVCUDA.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA CUDA 3.1.1 driver
nvGameSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Settings Server
nvGameS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Settings Server
NVSTVIEW.EXE 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision
NVSTTEST.EXE 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Vision Test Application
NVSTRES.DLL 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Vision Module (0)
nvDispSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Display Server
NVMCTRAY.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA Media Center Library
nvDispS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Display Server
NVCPL.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA Compatible Windows7 Display driver, Version 258.96[/code]

Soo... Did I completely miss the use of Cuda or something is wrong ?
Hi everybody, I had a little question for you.



I've seen anywhere on the internet that Adobe CS5 (especially Adobe Premiere and Media Encoder, as I'm doing video editing) support Cuda accelerated video encoding... Well I thought that would be great but actually, since I'm using it, it's apparently not working the way it should :-/



As I write this, I'm currently encoding a video, and I'm making some "live" screenshots right now to show you what I mean.



So, when I created my project on Adobe Premiere, I made sure that the Mercury GPU thing was selected :



Image



I do my stuff with my video... I choose some H.264 codec to encode my video, and export it with Adobe Media Encoder (hell yeah, you recognized, it's a 3D Vision video capture) :



Image



But look at the time ! 3 HOURS ! And, at the same time I though that my processor's fan was getting louder... Indeed :



Image



My i7 920 is completely taken by the video encoding... But, where's the GPU ??? I don't really understand !



Here's the detailled information about my NVidia Stuff (gotten from the control pannel, in french, sorry) :





Rapport Informations sur le système NVIDIA créé le : 10/11/2010 16:22:53

Nom du système : IGLOO



[Affichage]

Processeur : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU 920 @ 2.67GHz (2673 MHz)

Système d'exploitation : Windows 7 Home Premium, 64-bit

Version de DirectX : 11.0

Processeur graphique : GeForce GTX 285

Version du pilote : 258.96

Noyaux CUDA : 240

Horloge principale : 648 MHz

Horloge de Shader : 1476 MHz

Horloge de mémoire : 1242 MHz (2484 MHz débit)

Interface de mémoire : 512 bits

Mémoire graphique disponible totale : 2811 Mo

Mémoire vidéo dédiée : 1024 Mo de GDDR3

Mémoire vidéo du système : 0 Mo

Mémoire du système partagée : 1787 Mo

Version BIOS vidéo : 62.00.77.00.00

IRQ : 24

Bus : PCI Express x16 Gen2



[Composants]



nvCplUIR.dll 3.3.532.01 NVIDIA Control Panel

nvCplUI.exe 3.3.532.01 NVIDIA Control Panel

nvViTvSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Video Server

nvViTvS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Video Server

nvWSSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Workstation Server

nvWSS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Workstation Server

PhysX 09.10.0224 NVIDIA PhysX

NVCUDA.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA CUDA 3.1.1 driver

nvGameSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Settings Server

nvGameS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Settings Server

NVSTVIEW.EXE 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA GeForce 3D Vision

NVSTTEST.EXE 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Vision Test Application

NVSTRES.DLL 7.17.12.5896 NVIDIA 3D Vision Module (0)

nvDispSR.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Display Server

NVMCTRAY.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA Media Center Library

nvDispS.dll 6.14.12.5896 NVIDIA Display Server

NVCPL.DLL 8.17.12.5896 NVIDIA Compatible Windows7 Display driver, Version 258.96




Soo... Did I completely miss the use of Cuda or something is wrong ?

Image

French NVidia User and 3D Vision Addict !

#2
Posted 10/11/2010 02:31 PM   
Better to post in on premiere support forum, it is program related.
Better to post in on premiere support forum, it is program related.

#3
Posted 10/11/2010 02:37 PM   
Better to post in on premiere support forum, it is program related.
Better to post in on premiere support forum, it is program related.

#4
Posted 10/11/2010 02:37 PM   
Yeah indeed but I thought maybe I wasn't the only one with this trouble right here ^^ And don't worry, I already posted on a Premiere forum ^^
Yeah indeed but I thought maybe I wasn't the only one with this trouble right here ^^ And don't worry, I already posted on a Premiere forum ^^

Image

French NVidia User and 3D Vision Addict !

#5
Posted 10/11/2010 02:42 PM   
Yeah indeed but I thought maybe I wasn't the only one with this trouble right here ^^ And don't worry, I already posted on a Premiere forum ^^
Yeah indeed but I thought maybe I wasn't the only one with this trouble right here ^^ And don't worry, I already posted on a Premiere forum ^^

Image

French NVidia User and 3D Vision Addict !

#6
Posted 10/11/2010 02:42 PM   
Try use another variant and compare time. It is normal that cpu core is buzy too. What time will be with out gpu?
Try use another variant and compare time. It is normal that cpu core is buzy too. What time will be with out gpu?

#7
Posted 10/11/2010 03:12 PM   
Try use another variant and compare time. It is normal that cpu core is buzy too. What time will be with out gpu?
Try use another variant and compare time. It is normal that cpu core is buzy too. What time will be with out gpu?

#8
Posted 10/11/2010 03:12 PM   
I know that CPU must be buzy too, but with CUDA, the GPU takes it all and leave the rest to the CPU, no ? So the CPU shouldn't be at 100% :-/

And for the comparison, I'll do it when the first encoding will end, because I really need that mp4 file for tonight ^^'
I know that CPU must be buzy too, but with CUDA, the GPU takes it all and leave the rest to the CPU, no ? So the CPU shouldn't be at 100% :-/



And for the comparison, I'll do it when the first encoding will end, because I really need that mp4 file for tonight ^^'

Image

French NVidia User and 3D Vision Addict !

#9
Posted 10/11/2010 03:22 PM   
I know that CPU must be buzy too, but with CUDA, the GPU takes it all and leave the rest to the CPU, no ? So the CPU shouldn't be at 100% :-/

And for the comparison, I'll do it when the first encoding will end, because I really need that mp4 file for tonight ^^'
I know that CPU must be buzy too, but with CUDA, the GPU takes it all and leave the rest to the CPU, no ? So the CPU shouldn't be at 100% :-/



And for the comparison, I'll do it when the first encoding will end, because I really need that mp4 file for tonight ^^'

Image

French NVidia User and 3D Vision Addict !

#10
Posted 10/11/2010 03:22 PM   
So, what is the result?
So, what is the result?

#11
Posted 10/15/2010 12:26 PM   
So, what is the result?
So, what is the result?

#12
Posted 10/15/2010 12:26 PM   
On the adobe forum, no-one could really tell me (even an Adobe guy !!) if my GTX285 wad doing the right thing... From my POV, my GTX285 is not working at all during the rendering but apparently, it's normal or not -_- Well, since I'm not making 45 minutes 1080p 3D videos everyday, actually I don't really care, because for the other videos I'm making (http://www.youtube.com/my_playlists?p=881D4690E0304775 episodes 2 and 3, if you're curious, you'll see that I'm a novice with premiere ^^) it's still fast enough for me ! But it's almost one hour of encoding for 8mn full HD videos... That's slow compared to 1:1 / 1:3 encoding time videos that someone told me they had with their cuda graphics...
On the adobe forum, no-one could really tell me (even an Adobe guy !!) if my GTX285 wad doing the right thing... From my POV, my GTX285 is not working at all during the rendering but apparently, it's normal or not -_- Well, since I'm not making 45 minutes 1080p 3D videos everyday, actually I don't really care, because for the other videos I'm making (http://www.youtube.com/my_playlists?p=881D4690E0304775 episodes 2 and 3, if you're curious, you'll see that I'm a novice with premiere ^^) it's still fast enough for me ! But it's almost one hour of encoding for 8mn full HD videos... That's slow compared to 1:1 / 1:3 encoding time videos that someone told me they had with their cuda graphics...

Image

French NVidia User and 3D Vision Addict !

#13
Posted 10/18/2010 10:22 AM   
On the adobe forum, no-one could really tell me (even an Adobe guy !!) if my GTX285 wad doing the right thing... From my POV, my GTX285 is not working at all during the rendering but apparently, it's normal or not -_- Well, since I'm not making 45 minutes 1080p 3D videos everyday, actually I don't really care, because for the other videos I'm making (http://www.youtube.com/my_playlists?p=881D4690E0304775 episodes 2 and 3, if you're curious, you'll see that I'm a novice with premiere ^^) it's still fast enough for me ! But it's almost one hour of encoding for 8mn full HD videos... That's slow compared to 1:1 / 1:3 encoding time videos that someone told me they had with their cuda graphics...
On the adobe forum, no-one could really tell me (even an Adobe guy !!) if my GTX285 wad doing the right thing... From my POV, my GTX285 is not working at all during the rendering but apparently, it's normal or not -_- Well, since I'm not making 45 minutes 1080p 3D videos everyday, actually I don't really care, because for the other videos I'm making (http://www.youtube.com/my_playlists?p=881D4690E0304775 episodes 2 and 3, if you're curious, you'll see that I'm a novice with premiere ^^) it's still fast enough for me ! But it's almost one hour of encoding for 8mn full HD videos... That's slow compared to 1:1 / 1:3 encoding time videos that someone told me they had with their cuda graphics...

Image

French NVidia User and 3D Vision Addict !

#14
Posted 10/18/2010 10:22 AM   
May be, you could enable the CUDA profiler to see if some kernels are being launched... (actually a security breach... that CUDA needs to fix)
May be, you could enable the CUDA profiler to see if some kernels are being launched... (actually a security breach... that CUDA needs to fix)

Ignorance Rules; Knowledge Liberates!

#15
Posted 10/18/2010 11:11 AM   
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