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How Can I Tell If Cuda Is Running?


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I picked up Creator 2010 Plus at Target thinking nothing of it> Since there is very little literature on its features, i'm concerned that it's a low rent version of Pro with a reduced feature set. I have a CUDA enabled GPU and am running Windows 7 Pro 64bit.

 

IS there a way to tell straight up if CUDA is running during a video task? Thanks in advance!

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Hi,

 

I picked up Creator 2010 Plus at Target thinking nothing of it> Since there is very little literature on its features, i'm concerned that it's a low rent version of Pro with a reduced feature set. I have a CUDA enabled GPU and am running Windows 7 Pro 64bit.

 

IS there a way to tell straight up if CUDA is running during a video task? Thanks in advance!

Yes the CUDA should be obvious as it displays its’ logo when utilized… I don’t have it, so some others can advise on that…

 

You Plus is the Regular (Creator 2010) without the Back on Track software and AVCHD abilities. It is a custom package for Target and others and only sold in Retail stores like that.

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Thanks for the quick response both of you. I have yet to see any CUDA related logos during tasks. Creator 2010 Plus is a poor value at $70. It would be heavily dissapointing if they left out CUDA support at that price point.

 

I mostly use Video Copy and Convert to transcode DVDand AVI's to PS3 or BlackBerry. When the progress meter shows, I see no CUDA logo. I would think that video Copy and Convert would heavily benefit from CUDA. It's a peculiar omission.

 

What kind of task did you perform to get that CUDA logo to pop up? Now i'm determined to find out if the PLUS version had CUDA support.

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Thanks for the quick response both of you. I have yet to see any CUDA related logos during tasks. Creator 2010 Plus is a poor value at $70. It would be heavily dissapointing if they left out CUDA support at that price point.

 

I mostly use Video Copy and Convert to transcode DVDand AVI's to PS3 or BlackBerry. When the progress meter shows, I see no CUDA logo. I would think that video Copy and Convert would heavily benefit from CUDA. It's a peculiar omission.

 

What kind of task did you perform to get that CUDA logo to pop up? Now i'm determined to find out if the PLUS version had CUDA support.

 

 

I have a CUDA enabled GPU and am running Windows 7 Pro 64bit.

 

Make sure you have the correct hardware / software and drivers....click here...CUDA GPUs

 

Try these settings using Videowave- export as...

 

AVC (better, good, smaller)

AVCHD (1440x1080i, 1920x1080i, 720p)

Blu-ray AVC (EP, HQ, LP, SP)

Sony PSP AVC

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I'm running a Sony Z12 with Hybrid graphics. Intel HD, and nVidia GT 330m w/1gb VRAM. I just ran the trial version of this program and CUDA seems to work with it. http://www.badaboomit.com/

 

The hybrid graphics along with Sony's poor driver support means it's always a few steps behind. Geeks 3D GPU Caps viewer also confirms that a CUDA driver is installed. The nVidia system info lists NVCUDA.DLL driver as v2.2 which is ancient I hear.

 

My next step is to test out a copy of Creator 2010 standard or pro. I plan on timing the encode tasks since if its just a case of a missing logo with the PLUS version i'm okay with that. Anecdotally, the video encode does seem CPU bound even with a Core i7 2.66ghz.

 

I have hardware acceleration enabled in the Roxio prefs and latest updates to windows 7 and Creeator 2010 Plus.

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