Aug 23, 2022

How To Increase RENDERING Speed In Adobe MEDIA ENCODER | Enable GPU ACCELERATION in Media Encoder

In this blog, I will explain How To Increase RENDERING Speed In Adobe MEDIA ENCODER and Enable GPU ACCELERATION in Media Encoder.

Apply Settings In Nvidia GeForce Experience

First of all, you need to download and install the Nvidia GeForce Experience. Download the Nvidia GeForce Experience: Visit This Link

Once you have downloaded and installed the Nvidia GeForce Experience, open it and navigate to Drivers. Once you are right inside the Drivers, select Studio Driver from the available Display Drivers.

Studio Driver is Unavailable?

If you cannot see the Studio Driver inside Nvidia GeForce Experience it means that your GPU does not support Optimization for creative apps like Premiere Pro, Photoshop, After Effects, etc then you can select Game Ready Driver. But if you have Studio Driver, I highly recommend you to select it.

Apply Best Settings In Adobe Media Encoder

Once you are done applying settings in Nvidia GeForce Experience, now we need to navigate to Adobe Media Encoder to apply the best settings.

Step 1: Enable GPU Acceleration CUDA

First of all, we need to enable GPU Acceleration CUDA in Adobe Media Encoder and for that, you need to go to Edit -> Preferences -> General and select Renderer as Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration (CUDA) located under Video Rendering and click on OK to apply the changes.

Step 2: Clean Media Database Cache

The Cache is important to remove as it stores some data on RAM which can slow down your Adobe Media Encoder so in order to clean it and boost your Media Encoder you need to navigate to Edit -> Preferences -> Media and click on Clean under Media Cache Database to clean all cache stored on RAM.

Step 3: Enable Maximum RAM For Media Encoder

We need to allocate maximum RAM for Media Encoder to speed up our Media Encoder and increase rendering speed. For that, we need to go to Edit -> Preferences -> Memory and allocate 3 GB for other applications and allocate maximum RAM for Media Encoder.

For Example: If you have 16 GB RAM, you need to allocate 13 GB RAM for Adobe Media Encoder and assign 3 GB for other applications.

Step 4: Apply Sync Settings

Now you need to enable all dynamic link settings and for that, you need to go to Edit -> Preferences -> Sync Settings and enable all check marks. Also, keep When Syncing to Ask My Preference.

Step 5: Make Custom Preset

In order to apply the best export settings in Media Encoder, you can make a custom preset to apply the best export settings for Media Encoder.

You can also download the already made presets from here: Visit This Link

That's it. By applying these settings you will make Media Encoder fully optimized and it will use GPU while rendering. Thanks for reading my blog.

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