Solution For CUDA Problem In Nvidia Drivers

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  1. BNSoul

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    thank you very match for the link!

    do you have also the 32bits version please?

    thank you another time
     
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    Cant get the files.
    is there a moded driver for 347.09?
     

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    What advantage does replacing the missing CUDA files give you?

    Is it purely for video decoding ?
     
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    Aiseesoft video converter uses cuda cores to encode video. h264 mp4 or h264 avi. This program is in my free software thread.
    http://www.aiseesoft.de/pcwelt/total-video-converter/
    Both gpu`s appear to be encoding as msi afterburner shows both gpu`s at 3d clocks. Very fast solution compared to cpu encoding.
     
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    It is purely for video encoding using the old NVCUVENC API. For GPUs older than Kepler, NVCUVENC is the only way to get GPU-accelerated video encoding. The new NVENC API which is meant to replace NVCUVENC is only available in Kepler and newer GPUs.

    Video decoding via NVCUVID is unaffected and still supported for the foreseeable future.
     
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    Thanks, so if I don't do encoding, there is no need to mess about with CUDA files then ?
     
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    Correct.
     
  10. Extraordinary

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    Good stuff, lots to learn after being with AMD for decades
     

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    new version of nero suport nvenc, don't need old cuda dll
     
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    What nero?
    what another programs for video conversions, suport nvenc?
     
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    nero video 2015 and nero recode 2015
    and other programs with suport nvenc: dvdfab9 and cyberlink power director 13

    if you'll find another programs, please tell me. gracias
     
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    I have and use VSO video converter 1.5.0.8 & vso dvd converter ultimate 1.5.0.16 have nvenc & cuda
     

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    thanks so much for info
     
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    if someone hears something, new programs using nvenc, to post here. thank you
     
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    i've tried new and last nero. doesn't nvidia nvenc, it's old cuda.
    the new nvidia nvenc it's like intel quick sync, with minimal utilization of cpu & gpu
    i use at the vso software an he has 17% utilization, temperature 40 at 4.7 ghz.
    that's the new and wonderful software, nvidia nvenc
     
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    i haasn't copy dll of old cuda and nero show enable hardware aceleration, and for convert a video of 1hrs, only need 5min, fast
     
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    maybe you're, i don't know, i must try like you, whitout old dll
     

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