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Learn how to export your videos 4X faster using GPU hardware encoding in Premiere Pro CC! This technique works with Nvidia & AMD graphics cards on PC, but not Mac yet. You will also learn how to fix the hardware encoding box if it is unavailable or using Quicksync instead of your graphics card.
Adobe just released JAWDROPPING new features for Premiere Pro & After Effects, including hardware encoding for up to 4X faster rendering, ProRes Raw Support, and more!
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Check if your Nvidia Graphics card supports 4X faster exports with nvenc
Check if your AMD Graphics card is supported by Premiere Pro
Download ProRes Raw Decoder for Windows
Read Adobe’s Performance & Stability blogpost
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Interpreting your footage is a quick and easy way to make it slow motion, but how do you speed ramp it so some is normal speed and some is slow motion? Here is how to speed ramp interpreted footage in Premiere Pro!
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