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Duke Sweden
Re: Is 768 CUDA cores enough to Encode with?
on Aug 6, 2017 at 1:39:39 am
Last Edited By Duke Sweden on Aug 6, 2017 at 1:51:18 am

Again, it's not so much Premiere as it is Media Encoder, which hasn't given me any problems today with the switch to a more reasonable power option.

Just for the record I checked crash reports and, even though Premiere Pro hasn't crashed, there's a report a mile long in the log directory. I won't post the whole thing but this is the first 15 lines or so. Let me know if you see anything unusual:

Process: PProHeadless.exe [12848]
Path: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017\PProHeadless.exe
Product Version:
File Version:
Code Type: x64
Parent Process: dynamiclinkmanager.exe [11572]

Date/Time: 2017-08-05 09:26:54 Eastern Daylight Time
OS Version: 10.0.15063.296
Report ID: 771f7228-0aa6-4b6e-b64a-2a85ca193f6a

Time Awake Since Boot: 6917 seconds

Crashed thread: 29 [5024] THREAD_PRIORITY_NORMAL

Exception Code: 0xe06d7363 (C++ EH Exception)
Exception Parameters: 0x19930520 0x58b21cb0 0x2f945d30 0x2f100000
Exception Message:

Application Specific Information:

Dell XPS 8920
GeForce GTX 1050ti
32 Gigs of RAM
3 7200 RPM SATA Drives
Windows 10 64-bit
Premiere Pro CC 2017 v.11.0

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