Adobe's Premiere Pro hardware acceleration is friendly to NVIDIA CUDA and Intel quicksync all year round. Now, amd GPU's short board has also been made up.
This week, Adobe 14.2 is updated to support amd GPU's media encoder. In other words, the efficiency of video processing by running PR on APU and a card will be greatly improved.
In the presentation, Adobe engineer Alexander blade Davies pointed out that the new premiere added support for AMD's advanced media framework, thus achieving hardware acceleration in H.264 and hevc coding.
Take Lenovo Yoga slim 7 with ryzen 7 4800u as an example. For a 4-minute 4K 60p video, it takes 17 minutes and 22 seconds to encode a 4K 60p video on the CPU. After the GPU is turned on for acceleration, it is reduced by 5 minutes.
And Ryzen 7. 4800H Radeon RX 5600M Dell G5 15SE compression game book as an example, CPU soft coding time 9 minutes 15 seconds, GPU accelerated to 5 minutes 16 seconds.