Adobe Premiere Pro CC v1.13 Voukoder 6

  • Dear team, great work on such a cool programme! The reviews on YouTube sound fantastic. Thanks for your work on this, and I pledge to support via patreon if I get it to work.


    However, atm I cannot get it to work. :-( I dont think I am setting it up correctly, and need a pointer. I use the following:


    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit (10.0)

    Intel(R) Core(TM) i9-9900K CPU @ 3.60GHz (16 CPUs)

    32768MB RAM

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, 27468 MB

    Adobe Premiere Pro CC v1.13.01


    ...and downloaded the MSIs for Voukoder 6 and the premiere plugin.


    My aim is to encode 5.7k VR monoscopic 360/180deg footage using the HEVC 2.65 settings at 60Mbps and "Good Quality Settings".


    But the hardware settings dont seem to show... What am I doing wrong? I would appreciate a pointer, please. Apologies for the basic question, I could not find this topic in the knowledge section.

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  • Thanks for taking the time to respond. I know that part, thanks anyway. Where are the hardware settings? Using the encoder as is uses CPU 90% and GPU10%, so I am not setting it up correctly.

  • Maybe that is what is wrong. That list does not show up with NVENC options you circled. Do I need to download these somewhere? I have Premiere CC 1.13... Thanks for your help!

  • That totally worked, wow, some speed! Patreon, here I come. I am trying to now translate quantizer into bitrate, but I am sure I will get there. Thank you Kleinrotti. Have a good weekend.

  • Hello team, I am really impressed with the performance of the encoder. For VR projection, I selected equirectangular projection in the options tab. I cannot find additional settings for VR projection. Is there more needed?


    However, the result cannot be showing in VLC Player as VR video? It is not spherical as normal, but a flat 2:1 video.


    The GoPro VR Player plays the results fine, apart from a connecting line where the projection meets.

  • Maybe you are using the broken Voukoder 6 Version where nvenc is bugged on some systems.

    You could try this pre release version of Voukoder.

    Download

    BTW, it turns out that it was the updated NVDIA drivers that I installed in parallel that made the difference. NVENC seems to be brand new for my PC.

  • I can't help you with this as I am not an expert in this matter. I just implemented the existing FFmpeg options. Maybe you can find out how to do this with FFmpeg in general, then I could look that up in the code.

  • Thank you for your response. Is there a way of adding FFMPEG commands to the Voukoder GUI? Below is an extract from https://www.vrtonung.de/en/ffmpeg-codes/ as one example. I just dont know how to benefit from voukoder and add VR related settings on top. :-)


    Stereoscopic to Monoscopic

    If you have a 3D 360° video, it certainly looks great on VR glasses, but is less suitable for conventional screens, since one eye is enough for viewing, i.e. 2D. Here the video is halved in the middle, horizontally or vertically.

    Over-under (top-bottom):

    ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -vf crop=h=in_h/2:y=0 output.mp4

    Side-by-side (left-right):

    ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -vf crop=w=in_w/2:x=0 output.mp4

  • You can post this command on knowledges, I think Vouk could add them onto the program later, because knowledges rarely gets new posts and I actually waited a month to see some x264 options are added:)