Is my nVidia GPU actually doing the encoding?

I’ve got an nVidia card, and MCEBuddy is set to to HEVC (H.265) transcoding. However, I’m not sure that’s what the logs are saying, and I see 100% CPU use during a conversion. Am I missing a config setting someplace?

I’ve got a 750ti running the latest nVidia drivers 436.48 on Win10x64 and 1903 (build 18362.418).

WARNING> 2019-10-19T16:39:01 MCEBuddy.AppWrapper.AMDQuery --> AMD driver not detected or driver is not compatible
INFORMATION> --> AMD AMF encoding support available -> False
INFORMATION> 2019-10-19T16:39:01 MCEBuddy.Engine.ConversionJob --> Converting
INFORMATION> 2019-10-19T16:39:01 MCEBuddy.Transcode.ConvertWithHandbrake --> Checking for Unsupported profile for container / codec com
bination
INFORMATION> 2019-10-19T16:39:01 MCEBuddy.Transcode.ConvertWithFfmpeg --> Checking for Unsupported profile for container / codec combin
ation
INFORMATION> 2019-10-19T16:39:01 MCEBuddy.Transcode.ConvertWithHandbrake --> Checking for Unsupported profile for container / codec com
bination
INFORMATION> 2019-10-19T16:39:01 MCEBuddy.Transcode.Convert --> Converting with Handbrake, type: SoftwareOnly, gpu: {
  "hardwareBrand": "Any",
  "codecType": "Undefined",
  "hardwareCodecPresent": false,
  "h265Codec": false,
  "h264Codec": false
}

Why is h265Codec showing as “false”? Do I need to explicitly choose the nVidia GPU brand?

Need the conversion logs

Attached.Americas Test Kitchen-S19E16-Italian Classics-2019-03-26.TiVo-MKV-TV-HD-2019-10-20T15-24-37.7758630-05-00.log (93.7 KB)

The logs to debug. Can’t see much in this. It is detecting your GPU but the logs aren’t detailed enough to show any thing else.

will do this weekend. MCEBuddy could be using it, transcodes don’t take anywhere near as long as handbrake (standalone, current version) that is supposed to be using the nVenc codec.