I installed it yesterday, and now my encoder optimization selection has been greyed out. The latest driver is 340.52, and this is my video card: ... I've taken some time to read other threads, and how you keep your sanity is beyond me. is-no-more I really hope that this is just a mistake from Nvidia and not a push to remove CUDA from its software and hardware - from an encoding point of view CUDA makes a huge difference, literally hours of difference. If not, looks like NVIDIA is forcing an upgrade on me.
NVidia came out with an upgraded driver for my GTX560 card a few days ago. Also, thanks a million for your patience on these threads. According to this link from DVDHelp site Cuda has not been included in the latest update: ... Hopefully VSO can support both NVCUVENC and NVENC in their programs.
Any Video Converter has saved me so much time and time is money.
Hi all, I can confirm that nvcuvenc API is no longer provided with last Nvidia drivers...
We are implementing NVENC API at this time, but this API is only supported by professional/gamer Nvidia graphic cards...
So, the only solution we can provide is to copy the in installation path while installing. So, if I don't get any responses in a few business days, I'll start a new thread.
This "patch" is available in last beta version (220.127.116.11), and we are waiting for your feedback about your H264 CUDA encoding tests. Regards, Not Solved: When testing I made sure the CUDA option would allow me to select it, then ran a test. I had to revert back to the older video driver, clean off beta .12, and then reinstall beta .8 to get everything back working.