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Sebastian Wilson
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Display Acceleration Disabled After Effects [2021]

Just adding my voice to this. Adobe posted an announcement, one of several scrolling announcements, titled "FAQ: How to fix 'Display Acceleration Disabled' in After Effects," at ( -effects/bd-p/after-effects?page=1&sort=latest_replies&filter=all). In it, they say Nvidia driver 442.92 seems to be the issue. I have confirmed this for my situation. That driver, or later, not only causes the Display Acceleration Disabled message, but locks AE if you attempt playback using the space bar, such that you have to force-close AE to get it to stop or even to respond to anything at all. Furthermore: 1) if you go into AE Preferences / Display, "Hardware Accelerate Composition, Layer, and Footage Panels" is both unchecked and greyed out. 2) If you go into Previews / GPU Information, Fast Draft gives "Not Available (incompatible device or old graphics driver)" and the Texture Memory is set to 0 MB and is greyed out. If you uninstall that Nvidia driver version and then reinstall an older version (I went two versions back, to 441.28, to be safe), everything works as it should and is back to normal, including points (1) and (2) above. NOTE: Since the 442.92 (or later) drivers do NOT cause problems in the latest version of Premiere Pro, I would say the issue is more with AE than with Nvidia, and Adobe should fix it...

Display Acceleration Disabled After Effects

Whenever I open a file or start a new composition ... on the top right corner it shows "display acceleration disabled" and its driving me crazy. When this is shown the playback or preview is very jittery and slow.

Also simultaneously this message comes in Premiere Pro ... "Adobe premiere pro could not find any capable video playing modules, please update your video display drivers and start again" and "This project was last used with mercury playback Engine GPU acceleration (CUDA), which is not available on this system, mercury playback Engine software will be used"

I have had an identical problem, with a GTX 1050. Adobe customer care said that the problem was that my NVIDIA graphics card was not being read by the system (merely looked at display properties, but GTX 1050 wouldn't be listed under there anyways), but after running additional diagnostics and contacting NVIDIA, the problem is not the graphics card itself. I am currently at the end of the troubleshooting rabbit hole, any more suggestions/solutions would be of great help. Thank you.

GPU acceleration is a process that uses the graphics processing unit (GPU) in your computer to help with faster rendering speeds. Some effects require this type of acceleration in order to function properly.

Enabling GPU acceleration will help to speed up these processes and make them more efficient. However, not all effects can be accelerated by the GPU. And in some cases, it may actually make things worse.

Another reason you might be having this problem is because of the order of effects on the Effects Control window, as we mentioned earlier. If one or more effects require GPU hardware acceleration, try changing the order of the effects you've applied in the Effects Control Window.

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Many effects in After Effects utilize GPU acceleration, which will speed up your render times. Make sure that GPU Acceleration is turned on in your After Effects Project Settings.

If you plan to upgrade to version 3.1.4, and if you've disabled hardware acceleration for version 3.1.3 or earlier by using the procedure described later in this section, make sure that you re-enable hardware acceleration in Windows by setting the DisableHWAcceleration registry key to 0. Then you can upgrade to version 3.1.4 or later of the WorkSpaces Windows client application.

We recommend that you leave hardware acceleration disabled in the Windows client. However, if you're experiencing high CPU usage or slower performance when using the client, you might want to enable hardware acceleration in the client.

Disables hardware acceleration by default to address screen flickering and mouse mispositioning issues observed with certain display driver versions. To manually turn on hardware acceleration, users can restart the WorkSpaces app after creating a registry string value of EnableHwAcc under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Amazon Web Services. LLC\Amazon WorkSpaces.

Here is a little background knowledge of what is GPU acceleration in Premiere Pro: GPU acceleration refers to the tech that employs GPU to speed up algorithm computing. Premiere Pro can leverages available GPUs to allocate the processing tasks to the CPU and the GPU to get better performance. Currently, many effects and plugins for Premiere Pro require GPU acceleration. Mercury Playback Engine (GPU accelerated) renderer is used to render certain effects and enhances playback.

"This effect requires GPU acceleration" occurs in Premiere Pro because some the effects are computing intensive, and need hardware acceleration to ease the burden of CPU. GPU accelerated effects are indicated by a special icon in the effects bin.

Launch the project and GPU acceleration should be working. Now you shall be able to apply GPU-accelerated effects without seeing the red banner of "This effects require GPU acceleration" If no, you can revisit other methods listed in this post.

GPU acceleration not available error may crop up when some third party plug-ins are problematic. For instance, the plug-in can be outdated after you updated Premiere Pro, or it can be a trial when you installed, and now it is expired.

In certain cases, you can change the order of the effects to see what is causing the warning of "this effect requires GPU acceleration". According to some users who reported the problem, how the effects are stacked one after another may cause the error.

Sometimes you might also see the message "your system hardware does not support hardware acceleration for the current settings". In that case, you need to update the hardware and make sure the VRAM meet the requirement for computing-intensive effects.

To upgrade the GPU hardware is expensive, and you might still seeing the notification that "this effect requires GPU acceleration" in Premiere Pro for software hiccups and unkown errors. In such cases, we recommend you try the best free alternative method. VideoProc Vlogger can display the detailed hardware information for you, and better even, it can make use of level-3 GPU acceleration in video editing.

Since many effects and plugins for Adobe Premiere Pro CC requires GPU acceleration for playback and rendering, if you don't have this enabled, you'll get daunted by errors or slow performances. The reason for failing to enable GPU acceleration lies in Premiere Pro itself, GPU and driver's version, and others. Then we will analyze them one by one to solve the problem for you.

As it turns out, the first thing that you should do after you encounter the error message in question is to make sure that you have GPU acceleration enabled. The error message appears when you have Mercury Software Only selected instead of GPU acceleration under Video Rendering and Effects settings. This can be found in the Project Settings window of the application. Therefore, you will have to enable GPU acceleration to get around the problem. To enable Mercury GPU acceleration, follow the instructions given down below:

With that said, there are some special situations where it makes sense to disable hardware acceleration. Your main CPU might be capable of handling the most demanding of applications by itself. You might want to turn it off temporarily so as to conserve some juice. Whatever your reason, here is how to turn off the feature systemwide in Windows 10 (version 1803 and later), after which your computer will operate in software rendering mode:

By default, display color management is disabled in Premiere Pro and Media Encoder, so you will need to turn it on manually. The reason for this is to prevent unexpected color shifts when upgrading from previous versions that do not have display color management.

If you want efficient color management for your whole workflow, it is highly recommended that you turn this feature on for all your systems. Enabling display color management is quite easy, though keep in mind it does require GPU acceleration, so some systems may need to be upgraded for best performance.

If you have the latest drivers and your GPU is decently powerful, always enable hardware when you see the option. You'll have a much smoother experience with that application after enabling hardware acceleration.

VirtualBox Manager will show a warning if the amount of video memory is too small to be able to switch the VM into full screen mode. The minimum value depends on the number of virtual monitors, the screen resolution and the color depth of the host display as well as on the use of 3D acceleration and 2D video acceleration. A rough estimate is (color depth / 8) x vertical pixels x horizontal pixels x number of screens = number of bytes. Extra memory may be required if display acceleration is used.

Include Output File Path: If enabled, the output path will be included with the job so that it can be changed after the job has been submitted. Note that if your Comp has multiple output modules, you should leave this option disabled.


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