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By | 28/10/2022


3DS Max (v.2020-)


Enabling GPU accelerated rendering

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • C:\Program Files\Autodesk\3ds Max twenty##\3dsmax.exe

Instructions

  • Hit F10 key or select the render settings icon on the meridian menu bar

  • Target: select “Production Rendering Mode”
    • Renderer: select “Arnold”
    • Render Device: select “GPU”
    • Sub Tabs: select “System” tab
    • Select “Transmission Device Selection”
    • Select the NVIDIA GPU(s)

  • Target: select “Interactive Rendering Mode”
    • Renderer: select “Arnold”
    • Sub tabs: select “system”
    • Render Device: select “GPU”
    • Select “Transmission Device Selection”
    • Select the NVIDIA GPU(southward)

  • Target: select “Active Shade Style”
    • Renderer: select “Arnold”
    • Sub tabs: select “organization”
    • Render Device: select “GPU”
    • Select “Transmission Device Selection”
    • Select the NVIDIA GPU(s)


Adobe After Effects (five.2019-)

Enabling GPU (CUDA) Acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Programme Files\Adobe\Adobe Afterwards Effects xx##\Back up Files\AfterFX.exe

Instructions

  • File -> Project settings -> Video rendering and effects
  • Use – Mercury GPU Acceleration (CUDA)


Adobe Bridge (v.2020-)


Increasing preview quality and turning on GPU dispatch

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Plan Files\Adobe\Adobe Bridge 202#\Bridge.exe

Instructions

  • Expand “Edit” pull downward carte du jour, select “Preferences”
  • Avant-garde tab, select “Generate Monitor-size previews”

  • Cache tab, select “Compact Enshroud on Exit”

  • Thumbnails tab, deselect “Prefer Thumbnail Generation Over Preview Generation


Adobe Dimension (v.3-)



Enabling GPU rendering

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Dimension\Dimension.exe

Instructions

  • Select the Bear witness/Hibernate Return preview icon at the top right of the return preview window

  • Select button “Enable GPU Rendering”

  • Top navigation bar, “Edit” driblet downward bill of fare and select “Preferences”

  • Scroll down and ensure that “Reduce Racket in Rendering” is selected


Adobe Illustrator (5.2019-)


Enabling GPU acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Illustrator 20##\Back up Files\Contents\Windows\Illustrator.exe

Instructions

  • File >> Edit >> Preferences – Operation

  • Select “GPU Functioning”
  • Select “Blithe Zoom”
  • Select “Existent-time Drawing and Editing”
  • Click ok to utilize

Later opening/creating a projection

  • View top menu -> Click “View using GPU”


Adobe Lightroom (five.4-)


Enabling GPU for brandish and image processing

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Programme Files\Adobe\Adobe Lightroom CC\lightroom.exe

Instructions

  • Edit > Preferences > Performance
  • Employ Graphics Processor > Custom
    • Check “Utilise GPU for display”
    • Check “Use GPU for image processing”


Adobe Lightroom Archetype (v.x-)


Enabling GPU for brandish and image processing

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Lightroom Classic\Lightroom.exe

Instructions

  • Edit > Preferences > Performance
  • Camera Raw: Employ Graphics Processor > Custom
    • Bank check “Utilize GPU for display”
    • Check “Utilize GPU for paradigm processing …”


Adobe Media Encoder (v.15-)


Enabling GPU (CUDA) accelerated video rendering and encoding

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Media Encoder 20##\Adobe Media Encoder.exe

Instructions

  • Top navigation, Edit -> Preference

  • General -> Video Rendering
    • Select Mercury Engine GPU Acceleration (CUDA)


Adobe Photoshop (v.2020-)


Enabling GPU acceleration

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop twenty##\Photoshop.exe

Instructions

  • Edit -> Preference -> general -> operation
  • Use graphics processor should be checked (automatically)

  • Click advanced settings. Select Use Graphics Processor to Accelerate Ciphering, Use OpenCL, and Anti-alias Guides and Paths


Adobe Premiere Pro (v.2019-)


Enabling GPU (CUDA) accelerated video rendering and encoding


Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Premiere Pro 20##\Adobe Premiere Pro.exe

Instructions

  • When starting a new project – select “Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration (CUDA)” from the “Renderer” field
  • When using an existing projection – top navigation bar, “File” drop downwards menu, “Project Settings”, select “General”
  • Select “Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration (CUDA)” from the “Renderer” field


Analogousness Designer (five.1.9-)


Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Plan Files\Analogousness\Designer\Designer.exe

Instructions

  • Launch application
  • Expand the “Edit” global navigation and select “Preferences”
  • Select “Functioning” ensure
    • “View quality” = “Bilinear (Best quality)”
    • “Dither gradients” = checked
    • “Renderer” = NVIDIA GPU
    • “Retina rendering” = “Automatic (All-time)”
    • “Hardware Dispatch: Enable OpenCL compute acceleration” = checked


Analogousness Photo (5.1.nine-)


Enabling GPU Dispatch

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Affinity\Photo\Photo.exe

Instructions

  • Launch application
  • Expand the “Edit” global navigation and select “Preferences”
  • Select “Performance” ensure
    • “View quality” = “Bilinear (Best quality)”
    • “Dither gradients” = checked
    • “Renderer” = NVIDIA GPU
    • “Retina rendering” = “Automatic (Best)”
    • “Hardware Acceleration: Enable OpenCL compute acceleration” = checked


Agisoft Metashape (v.1.vii.two-)


Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Programme Files\Agisoft\Metashape Pro\Metashape.exe

Instructions

  • From the global navigation menu, select “Tools” dropdown menu, and “Preferences”
  • Select the “GPU” tab
    • Ensure that the checkbox is checked but next to the NVIDIA GPU


ArchiCAD (v.24-)


Enabling GPU accelerated rendering


Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\GRAPHISOFT\ARCHICAD 2#\ARCHICAD.exe

Instructions:

  • Select the “3D / All” tab at the top of the viewport

  • Right click anywhere in the viewport, hover over “3D Styles” and select “3D Styles” from the pull out menu

  • Select “Basic (Vectorial)” from the style card and in “3D Engine” dropdown, select “OpenGL”

  • Select “Elementary Shading (Vectorial)” from the style menu and in “3D Engine” dropdown, select “OpenGL”

  • Select “Technical Drawing” from the style carte du jour and in “3D Engine” dropdown, select “OpenGL”

  • Select OK to save changes


Autodesk Arnold half dozen for Maya (2020-)


Enabling GPU accelerated rendering and denoising

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • C:\Programme Files\Autodesk\Arnold\maya20##\arnold.exe

Instructions

  • Double cheque that the MtoA plugin is enabled in:
    • From the top menu, select “Windows”> “Settings/Preferences” > Plugin Manager:

  • Plough on RTX accelerated ray tracing in:
    • From the superlative menu, select “Windows” > “Rendering editors” > “Render Settings”
    • In the Render Settings window, select the ‘Arrangement’ tab
    • In the Render device field, select “GPU”
  • To turn on AI denoising for fast interactive rendering:
    • In the Render Settings window, select the AOVs tab
    • Expand the “OptiX Denoiser” section and bank check the box “Denoise Beauty AOV”
  • To switch between beauty and a denoised return:
    • Start the render by clicking on the play push button

      in the Arnold Renderview
    • Click on the drop downwards carte in the Arnold RenderView: (denoise won’t appear unless you’ve started the render)


Autodesk AutoCAD (v.2022-)


Enabling GPU Dispatch

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Program Files\Autodesk\AutoCAD twenty##\acad.exe

Instructions

  • Launch app
  • Create a blank document
  • Select the Autodesk icon drop down arrow, select “options”

  • Select the “organization” tab
  • Select “Graphics performance” under “Hardware Acceleration”
    • Ensure that “Hardware Acceleration” is set to “on”
    • 2D Display Settings is set up to “Advanced Mode”
    • All options should exist selected under 3D Display Settings


Autodesk Maya (five.2020-)


Enabling GPU acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Plan Files\Autodesk\Maya20##\bin\maya.exe

Instructions

  • Windows – > Settings/Preferences -> Preferences
  • Click “Display” category
    • In “Viewport 2.0”, select “Rendering Engine” dropdown, select “DirectX xi”

  • Click “Cached Playback” category
    • In “Cached Playback”, select “Preferred Mode” dropdown and select “Viewport Hardware Cache”

  • Click “GPU Cache” category
    • In “Advanced Display Settings:
      • UV Coordinates (uncheck)
      • Ignore UVs on GPU Cache Read/Write (uncheck)

  • Viewport caching / playback
  • Reddish for dynamics, Blueish for animation. Yellow for disabled, or unsupported.


Autodesk Revit (5.2021-)


Enabling GPU acceleration

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • C:\Plan Files\Autodesk\Revit 20##\Revit.exe

Instructions

  • File -> Options
  • Hardware tab
    • Bank check – “Use hardware acceleration”
    • Bank check – “Draw visible elements only”

  • User Interface tab
    • Bank check: “employ hardware graphics acceleration if available


Blender (v.ii.eight-)


Enabling GPU accelerated rendering and denoising

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Blender Foundation\Blender ii.##\Blender.exe

Instructions

  • Acme navigation bar, “Edit” drop downwards bill of fare and select “Preferences”

  • Select “Organization” from the left side navigation, select “OptiX” tab under “Cycles Render Devices”

  • Select Render Backdrop tab, in “Render Engine” select “Cycles” and in “Device” select “GPU Compute”


Movie house 4D (v.R21-)


Enabling GPU accelerated rendering

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Maxon Movie theatre 4D R##\Cinema 4D.exe

Instructions

  • Preferences -> Substance Engine tab
    • In the switch substance engine section
    • Running Movie theatre 4D dropdown -> Select GPU – Directly 3D 11

  • Global nav, Render -> Edit Return Settings

  • Renderer drop down -> ProRender -> General Tab
    • Under Devices -> check “Override Global Devices Settings”
    • Under Offline Devices -> check the GPU
    • Nether Preview Devices -> cheque the GPU


Corel Painter (five.2021-)


Enabling GPU Dispatch

NOTE: Castor Accelerator (in-app criterion tool needs to exist run earlier GPU can be selected in the app menu)

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Programme Files\Corel\Painter twenty##\Painter xx## x64.exe

Instructions

  • Select “Edit” from global navigation menu, hover over “Preferences” and select “Functioning”

  • Select “Run Brush Accelerator”
  • Select the “Apply the graphics processor (GPU) to accelerate castor performance)
  • Select the NVIDIA GPU from the “Configure” drop downwardly carte


Corel Photo-Paint (v.2020-)


Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • C:\Program Files\Corel\CorelDRAW Graphics Suite twenty##\Programs64\CorelPP.exe

Instructions

  • Select the settings cog icon, select “Global”

  • Select “Utilize GPU to advance upsampling”


CorelDraw (v.2020-)


Enabling GPU dispatch

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Corel\CorelDRAW Graphics Suite 20##\Programs64\CorelDRW.exe

Instructions

  • Select the settings cog icon, select “Global”

  • Select “Use GPU to accelerate upsampling”


D5 Return

Enabling GPU accelerated rendering and AI upscaling

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Users\NVIDIA\AppData\Roaming\D5 Render\d5_launcher.exe

Instruction

  • For RTX GPUs, select DLSS tab at summit of UI, and select “NVIDIA DLSS On”


DaVinci Resolve 16 (Standard)


Enabling GPU (CUDA) accelerated effects and video processing

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Program Files\Blackmagic Design\DaVinci Resolve\Resolve.exe

Instructions

  • Davinci Resolve global nav drop down -> Preferences

  • Memory and GPU tab, GPU Configuration section.
    • GPU Processing Mode – select “CUDA”
    • GPU selection mode – select “machine”
    • Select Employ GPU Scopes

  • Decode Options tab,
    • Select: Use GPU for Blackmagic RAW decode
    • Use GPU for R3D, select drib down menu and select “Decompression and debayer”


DaVinci Resolve 17 (Standard)

Enabling GPU (CUDA) accelerated effects and video processing

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Plan Files\Blackmagic Blueprint\DaVinci Resolve\Resolve.exe

Instructions

  • Davinci Resolve global nav drop down -> Preferences

  • Retentivity and GPU tab, GPU Configuration department.
    • Select “Auto” next to GPU Processing Mode and GPU Selection

  • Decode Options tab,
    • Select: Employ GPU for Blackmagic RAW decode
    • Use GPU for R3D, select driblet down menu and select “Decompression and debayer”


Davinci Resolve Studio 16


Enabling GPU (CUDA) accelerated effects and video processing

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Blackmagic Design\DaVinci Resolve\Resolve.exe

Instructions

  • Davinci Resolve global nav drop downwards -> Preferences


Davinci Resolve Studio 17


Enabling GPU (CUDA) accelerated effects and video processing

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Blackmagic Pattern\DaVinci Resolve\Resolve.exe

Instructions

  • Davinci Resolve global nav drop down -> Preferences

  • Retention and GPU tab, GPU Configuration section.
    • Select “Machine” next to GPU Processing Manner and GPU Option

  • Decode Options tab
    • Select: Use GPU for Blackmagic RAW decode
    • Select Decode H.264/H.265 using hardware acceleration
      • Select NVIDIA
    • Use GPU for R3D, select drop downward menu and select “Decompression and debayer”


Daz Studio Pro (v.4-)


Enabling GPU Acceleration and Denoising

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Daz 3D\Applications\64-flake\DAZ 3D\DAZStudio4\DAZStudio.exe

Instructions

  • On the left panel, select “Render Settings” tab > “Advanced” tab > Ensure NVIDIA Iray is selected as the Engine at the top
  • Nether “Photoreal Devices” and “Interactive Devices”, only the GPU should be checked. CPU and OptiX Prime Acceleration are both unchecked.

  • On the left console, select “Draw Settings” tab > “Editor” tab > Ensure NVIDIA Iray is selected as the DrawStyle at the peak

  • On the left console, select “Draw Settings” > “Editor” select “Filtering” menu
    • Ensure both “Mail service Denoiser Available” and “Post Denoiser Enable” are set to “On”


DxO Nik Drove – Analog Efex Pro (v.4-)

Enabling GPU Dispatch

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Plan Files\DxO\Nik Collection\Analog Efex Pro 4.exe

Instructions

  • Select settings, expand GPU tab, select “Utilize GPU for paradigm processing”


DxO Nik Collection – Color Efex Pro (v.4-)


Enabling GPU Dispatch

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\DxO\Nik Collection\Color Efex Pro 4.exe

Instructions

  • Select settings, expand GPU tab, select “Employ GPU for image processing”


DxO Nik Collection – HDR Efex Pro (v.2-)


Enabling GPU Dispatch

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Program Files\DxO\Nik Collection\HDR Efex Pro 2.exe

Instructions

  • Select settings, aggrandize GPU tab, select “Use GPU for image processing”


DxO Nik Collection – Silver Efex Pro (v.2-)


Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\DxO\Nik Drove\Silver Efex Pro 2.exe

Instructions

  • Select settings, expand GPU tab, select “Use GPU for image processing”


DxO Photolab (v.4-)


Enabling GPU acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\DxO\DxO PhotoLab four\DxO.PhotoLab.exe

Instructions (Notation:
NVIDIA GPU not available to select in UI until after the commencement app shut):

  • On the global navigation, select “Edit” and select “Preferences” from the pull downwardly bill of fare
  • Select the “Performance” tab
  • Under “DeepPRIME acceleration select the NVIDIA GPU
  • Under “Brandish and process” select “Enable OpenCL”


elgato Game Capture HD

Enabling GPU Accelerated Encode and Decode

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • C:\Program Files\Elgato\GameCapture\GameCapture.exe

Instructions

  • Click settings cog icon at top right paw corner of UI
  • Select “Avant-garde” tab, “Video Codec”
    • “Decoder” – select NVIDIA GPU
    • “Encoder” – select NVIDIA GPU
    • Set Slider to “Highest Quality”


Foundry NUKE (5.xiii-)

Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Nuke13.0v1\Nuke13.0.exe

Instructions

  • Launch awarding
  • Select “Edit” global navigation card, select “Preferences”
  • On the left side nav under “Performance” select “Hardware”
    • “Default blink device” – select NVIDIA GPU


Gamecaster (v.4-)

Enabling GPU accelerated encoding

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files (x86)\Gamecaster\gamecaster.exe

Instructions

  • Select the settings icon on the bottom right
  • Select “Avant-garde” tab
  • Processing Mode: select “Standard (Uses GPU)”


GIMP (v.two.1-)

Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • C:\Program Files\GIMP ii\bin\GIMP-2.10.exe

Instructions

  • Enable Experimental Features
    • Correct click the GIMP shortcut on your desktop and select “properties”
    • Select the “shortcut” tab, and paste “–show-playground” to the end of the text in the target text box

  • Global navigation, select “Edit” drop downward card
    • Select “Preferences”
    • Navigate to the “Playground” tab
    • Hardware Acceleration – select “Utilize “OpenCL”


Imerge Pro (v.2021+)


Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\FXHOME\Imerge Pro\Imerge Pro.exe

Instructions

  • Launch app
  • Select “Settings” at the summit right side of the UI
  • On the “Full general” tab, select “Clear” icon nether GPU

  • Select “relieve” icon


Keyshot (v.nine-)


Enabling GPU accelerated rendering

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • %localappdata%\KeyShot##\bin\keyshot.exe

Instructions

  • File >> Edit >> Preferences – Interface
  • Cheque – Use GPU (enable effects)

Use GPU for Rendering

  • Click “GPU” button from top ribbon menu.


Magix Vegas Pro (v.xviii-)


Enabling GPU accelerated rendering

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Program Files\VEGAS\VEGAS Pro ###\vegas180.exe

Instructions

  • From global nav, select “Options” pull downward, and select “Preferences”

  • Select “Full general” tab, cheque “apply GPU for processing for ACES color management”

  • Select “Video” tab, at “GPU dispatch of video processing”, select “Optimal – NVIDIA Corp”


Marmoset TOOLBAG (v.four-)


Enabling GPU and RTX Accelerated Rendering

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Marmoset\Toolbag 4\toolbag.exe

Instructions

  • Launch application
  • Expand “Edit” global navigation card and select “Preferences”
  • For not-Pascal 10XX/Not-RTX GPUs (Legacy)

  • For Pascal 10XX/RTX GPUs
    • Select Accelerated / RTX


MODO (v.14-)


Enabling GPU accelerated rendering and denoising

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Plan Files\Foundry\Modo\fourteen.0v2\modo.exe

Instructions

  • In the Shader Tree, select your
    Render
    detail.

  • This opens this render item’due south
    Properties.
  • In the
    Frame
    sub-tab, fix
    Renderer
    to
    mPath.

  • In the
    Settings
    sub-tab, select your
    Ray Tracing Engine.

  • Denoising: Select the Last Color Output in the Shader Tree

  • Switch denoising to NVIDIA Optix


NDI – Studio Monitor


Enabling GPU Acceleration (HW accelerated and decode and encode)

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Program Files\NDI.telly\NDI 4 Tools\Studio Monitor\Application.Network.StudioMonitor.x64.exe
  • During install ensure the post-obit tools are selected
    • Studio Monitor
    • NDI|HX v1 Drivers
    • Video Codecs

Instructions

  • Launch Studio Monitor App
  • Correct click on the monitor or mouse over the monitor window until the setting icon appears on the top left of the window, click on the icon
  • Mouse over “Settings” -> “Video” and select “Allow HW Acceleration”


OBS (5.26+)


Enabling GPU accelerated encoding

Default app location and executable name

  • App path/executable
    • C:\Program Files\obs-studio\bin\64bit\obs64.exe

Instructions

  • Select “Settings” button at the bottom correct of the screen
  • Select “Output” section on the left side nav. Under Output Mode select “Advanced”
  • In Streaming tab
    • Encoder: select “Hardware (NVENC)”
    • Turn on Psycho Visual Turning and Expect Ahead
    • Set Max B-Frames -> 3
    • Leave other settings in default:
      • Rate Control: CBR.
      • Keyframe Interval: 0
      • Preset: Quality
      • Profile: loftier
  • Nether Recording:
    • Encoder: NVIDIA NVENC H.264 (new)
    • Recording Format: select “mp4”
    • Turn on Expect Ahead and Psycho Visual Tuning
    • Increase Max B-frames to 3.
    • Leave other settings in default:
      • Select Quality profileRate Control: CQP.
      • CQ Level: 20
      • Keyframe Interval: 0
      • Preset: Quality
      • Profile: high


Octane Render (Standalone)

Enabling GPU and RTX accelerated rendering

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\OTOY\OctaneRender\octane.exe

Instructions

  • File -> Preferences
  • Select “Devices” -> make certain both GPUs (all NVIDIA GPUs are selected for render)
  • RTX Backend -> select Use RTX acceleration


ON1 Photograph RAW (v.2021-)


Enabling GPU Dispatch

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Plan Files\ON1\ON1 Photograph RAW 20##\ON1 Photo RAW 20##.exe

Instructions

  • Select the “Edit” global navigation card, select “Preferences”
  • Select “System” tab
  • Under “Performance” sub-menu
    • “Fast Panning” = checked
    • “Fast Preview” = checked
    • “GPU Render” = checked


REDCINE-X Pro (v.52-)


Enabling GPU (CUDA) accelerated video processing

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\REDCINE-X PRO 64-bit\REDCINE-X PRO.exe

Instructions

  • Gobal nav, Edit -> Preferences

  • Organisation tab
    • Select “CUDA” from dropdown carte du jour under GPU Fashion Selection


Redshift Renderer for Picture palace 4D


Enabling Optix (RT/AI) on Experimental (public) Redshift build

Instructions

  • Install Cinema 4D
  • Later installing Redshift Renderer for Picture palace 4D. Launch Cinema 4D
  • Select Return setting -> in “Return Using” select Redshift

  • Click “Redshift” renderer to ensure the carte UI updates, then click “System”

  • Scroll down in the menu UI and select “Experimental features” and check the box next to “Enable Optix RT…”


Redshift Renderer for Maya 2020


Enabling GPU accelerated rendering

Instructions

  • Download install Redshift Renderer for Maya and then launch Maya
  • Render Setting -> “Render Using” select “Redshift” select “System” tab
    • Under “Experimental Options” -> select “Enable Optix RT on supported GPUs”
    • Nether “Global Preferences” select all NVIDIA GPUs


Sketchup (v.2020-)


Enabling GPU dispatch

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • C:\Program Files\SketchUp\SketchUp 20##\SketchUp.exe

Instructions

  • Top menu, “Window”, select “preferences”
  • Left side navigation select “Open up GL”
  • Cipher to deselect or select
  • Automatically selects GPU, Multi sample 4x
  • Graphics bill of fare details: indicates the GPU


Streamlabs OBS (v.1-)


Enabling GPU accelerated encoding

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Program Files\Streamlabs OBS\Streamlabs OBS.exe

Instructions

  • Select “Settings” cog at the lesser left of the screen
  • Select “Output” section on the left side nav. Under Output Mode select “Advanced”
  • Under streaming
    • Select Encoder: “NVIDIA NVENC H.264 (new)”
    • Psycho Visual Turning
    • Wait Ahead: on
    • B-Frames -> 3
    • Exit other settings in default:
      • Charge per unit Control: CBR
      • Keyframe Interval: 0
      • Preset: Quality
      • Contour: high
  • Recording tab
    • Encoder: NVIDIA NVENC H.264 (new)
    • Recording format -> select MP4
    • User stream encoder
    • Exit other settings in default:


Substance Alchemist (v.2020-)


Enabling AI Powered Paradigm to Material

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Allegorithmic\Substance Alchemist\Substance Alchemist.exe

Instructions

  • Full GPU/CUDA acceleration on by default, no initialization required
  • Turning on AI Powered Image to Cloth
    • Drag Whatever image file to the right side of the UI, that will make the Epitome to Cloth UI pop up
    • Click the driblet down nether the Epitome to material icon and select “AI powered” from the driblet down bill of fare
    • Click ok


Substance Designer (v.2019-)



Enabling GPU and RTX acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Plan Files\Allegorithmic\Substance Designer\Substance Designer.exe

Instructions

  • (v2020.2+) Upon launch, select substance engine “Direct3D 11”

  • Navigate to “Edit” -> select “Preference”

  • Select “Bakers” from the left side bill of fare (GTX 10 series and RTX GPUs)
    • Select “Enable GPU raytracing”

  • Select “IRAY” tab (all GPUs)
    • Deselect “CPU”
    • Select the NVIDIA GPU

  • Click OK to accept changes.
  • Projection dependent: When creating a substance user should select Renderer in the viewport and cull IRay


Substance PAINTER (v.2019-)


Enabling GPU and RTX acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Programme Files\Allegorithmic\Substance Painter\Substance Painter.exe

Instructions

  • “Edit” -> “Settings”

  • Enable GPU Raytracing under General -> Baking Options = Checked on by default

  • Roll down to “Iray hardware”
  • Select both CPU and GPU options


Topaz Labs – DeNoise AI (five.3-)

Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Programme Files\Topaz Labs LLC\Topaz DeNoise AI\Topaz DeNoise AI.exe

Instructions:

  • Launch the application
  • From the global navigation menu, select “File” dropdown, select “Preferences”
  • At “AI Processor” option, ensure that the NVIDIA GPU is selected

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Topaz Labs – Gigapixel AI (5.v-)


Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Plan Files\Topaz Labs LLC\Topaz Gigapixel AI\Topaz Gigapixel AI.exe

Instructions

  • Launch the application
  • From the global navigation card, select “File” dropdown, select “Preferences”
  • Under Application, at “Use maximum quality AI models” = radio button “on”
  • At “Enable discrete GPU” = radio button “on”


Topaz Labs – Video Raise AI (v.2-)


Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Plan Files\Topaz Labs LLC\Topaz Video Enhance AI\Topaz Video Enhance AI.exe

Instructions

  • Launch the application
  • From the global navigation menu, select “File” dropdown, select “Preferences”
  • At “AI Processor” selection, ensure that the NVIDIA GPU is selected


Topaz Studio (v.2-)


GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • C:\Programme Files\Topaz Labs LLC\Topaz Studio 2\Topaz Studio 2.exe

Instructions

  • No GPU options, to view which GPU is being used, select Help from the global navigation, and select “Graphics Info”


Twinmotion (five.2020-)


Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable name

  • C:\Program Files\Epic Games\Twinmotion20##\twinmotion.exe

Instructions

  • Select “Edit” from global navigation: select “Preferences”
  • Select “Quality” from the peak navigation: select “Automated setup”


Twitch Studio (Beta-)

Enabling GPU accelerated encoding

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • C:\Users\”PC Name”\AppData\Roaming\Twitch Studio\Bin

Instructions

  • Select File -> “Settings” at the top right of the screen
  • Select “Strea” from the carte
  • Encoder -> select NVIDIA NVENC (automatically selected)
  • Settings configured past default are adequate


Unity Editor (v.2019-)



Enabling GPU and RTX accelerated ray tracing

Default app location and executable proper name

  • C:\Program Files\Unity\Hub\Editor\20##\Editor\Unity.exe
  • Each build has a different version number binder

Instructions

  • Follow directions here to install Unity Hub – Unity Editor
    • Install Unity Hub – https://store.unity.com/#plans-private
    • Click Installs tab -> add -> select latest LTS

  • Create a new 3D projection
  • Select “Window” driblet down menu, hover over “Rendering” and select “Lighting Settings”

  • Select “Scene” tab, whorl downwards and select “Progressive GPU (preview)” at “Lightmapper”
  • At “Direct Denoise” select “Optix”
  • At “Indirect Denoise” select “Optix”
  • Select “Auto Generate” at the bottom of the window


V-Ray GPU Next for 3ds Max


Enabling GPU accelerated rendering and denoising

Instructions

  • Download and Install 5-Ray GPU Next plugin for 3ds Max
  • Launch 3ds Max
  • Type F10 (or click the Render Setup icon) to open the “Render Setup” window
  • Then in the “Renderer” field, select “V-Ray GPU Adjacent, update 2”.
  • Select the “Perf.” tab and aggrandize the “V-Ray GPU Renderer Devices Select” section.
  • Then in the “Engine Type” field, select “RTX” and under “Device proper noun” select the NVIDIA RTX GPU you have installed.


Five-Ray GPU Side by side for Maya


Enabling GPU accelerated rendering and denoising

Instructions

  • Download and Install 5-Ray GPU Next plugin for Maya
  • Launch Maya
  • In Maya, select Render > Render Settings.
  • In the Render Settings window, in the “Render Using” field, select “V-Ray”. Select the V-ray Tab.
  • In the “Production Renderer” section, set the Production Engine to RTX
  • The “V-Ray return devices choice” section volition appear beneath. You lot tin can and then select your NVIDIA RTX GPU.


VLC (v.3-)


Enabling GPU Acceleration

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • C:\Program Files (x86)\VideoLAN\VLC\vlc.exe

Instructions

  • Select “Tools” from global navigation menu
  • Select “Preferences”

  • Select the “Input/codecs” tab
  • Hardware-accelerated decoding driblet downward, select “Direct3D11 Video Dispatch”


VRAY 5 Standalone


Enabling GPU Dispatch

Default app location and executable proper noun

  • C:\Program Files\Chaos Grouping\V-Ray\Standalone for x64\bin\vray_gpu_device_select.exe

Instructions

  • Launch application
    • Select NVIDIA GPU device
    • Deselect CPU
    • Select: “Ready devices”
    • Exit application after confirmation text appears


Xsplit Broadcaster (five.iii.9-)

Enabling GPU accelerated encoding

Awarding Path

  • C:\Program Files (x86)\SplitmediaLabs\XSplit Broadcaster\x64\XSplit.Core.exe

Instructions

  • Global Navigation “Tools” dropdown, select “Settings”
  • Select “Avant-garde” tab
  • Video processing style: select “Prefer GPU for video processing”
  • Select “Ok”

Source: https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/5188/~/turning-on-gpu-acceleration-in-creator-apps