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mohitk [Avatar]
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I have 16 gb laptop with dedicated Nvidia Geforce mx450

Everytime i select nvidia graphic in window settings,fast rendering get grayed out.

I've tried many things but nothing works.





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JL_JL [Avatar]
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The GeForce MX450 does not have a NVENC chip so it has no encoding capability.

Jeff
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mohitk [Avatar]
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Quote The GeForce MX450 does not have a NVENC chip so it has no encoding capability.

Jeff


But it works with DaVinci Resolve . How?
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optodata
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According to this article, Resolve uses nVidia CUDA which PD stopped supporting long ago. Many other editors use CUDA.

As JL_JL wrote, PD only uses hardware NVENC in supported GPUs, and this chart shows which nVidia chips have that feature. You can see that the MX450 has no hardware encoding capability, and not even any NVDEC so it's unsuable as far as PD is concerned.
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