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RogerS wrote on 9/16/2020, 5:34 AM

Do you have both installed at the same time? I would just put in one at a time. For NVIDIA, you can add VP 18 in the NVIDIA Control Panel. Try the latest NVIDIA Studio Driver.

KZNM wrote on 9/16/2020, 6:05 AM

Do you have both installed at the same time? I would just put in one at a time. For NVIDIA, you can add VP 18 in the NVIDIA Control Panel. Try the latest NVIDIA Studio Driver.

I remember that VP17 shows both graphic card.
I think I should touch some settings. Thank u!

j-v wrote on 9/16/2020, 6:27 AM

I remember that VP17 shows both graphic card.
I think I should touch some settings. Thank u!

No, since VPro 18 there is a big difference for that option compared to the former version.
Set this option to default because the program chooses itself the best settings for this option.

 

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Illusion wrote on 9/16/2020, 6:42 AM

There is only Off and Auto(Off) option in the list.

I have Geforce GTX 1070Ti, and RX560 and both doesnt work it.

I already Delete driver with DDU, and re-install it.

My version is Pro 18 284 build.

How can I fix it?

(sorry for my weak english writing)

I had the same thing when I selected "Enable Legacy AVC/HEVC decoding" under File I/O. After unchecking them and restarting Vegas, I was able to choose NVDEC.

KZNM wrote on 9/16/2020, 6:44 AM

There is only Off and Auto(Off) option in the list.

I have Geforce GTX 1070Ti, and RX560 and both doesnt work it.

I already Delete driver with DDU, and re-install it.

My version is Pro 18 284 build.

How can I fix it?

(sorry for my weak english writing)

I had the same thing when I selected "Enable Legacy AVC/HEVC decoding" under File I/O. After unchecking them and restarting Vegas, I was able to choose NVDEC.

I can now select both my graphic cards!

Thank you very much!!

Howard-Vigorita wrote on 9/16/2020, 4:24 PM

That's an interesting idea. I have systems with amd gpu's but no igpu and have been waiting for Intel to release it's pcie xe-board so I could dedicate it to decoding. I wonder if dropping in an nvidia board would work just as well. Or better. If Vegas buys it, I think the only downside might be knocking pcie lanes available to each board down from 16 to 8.

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