adobe cannot find capable video modules

July 26, 2011 at 03:48:24
Specs: Windows 7, sandy bridge i7 2600k
I have a machine with an i7 2600K processor and a Z68 motherboard. I downloaded and installed the Intel plugin to use QuickSync for Premiere Pro CS 5. The Quicksync option shows up in the Export menu like it's supposed to, but when I select it nothing happens. The progress bars move across like they're supposed to, and AME opens, but then nothing happens.

I am using an ATI FirePro V4800 graphics card. I am also running Virtu control panel. If I list Premiere in the apps that are to use the onboard graphics when I try to launch Premiere I get a message that says "Premiere Pro can't find any capable video modules" and then Premiere quits. I though that the Z68 chipset was supposed to fix these issues.

I can however run one monitor through the graphics card and another off of the onboard video, which I find a bit unusual.

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July 30, 2011 at 10:05:42
You'd probably get more replies on the Adobe forums.

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