Melt.exe - priority vs. Alder Lake on Windows 10

Melt.exe is runing with below normal priority by default which makes it run using only E-cores but no P-cores on Windows 10 while using 12th Gen of Intel Core Alder Lake CPUs.

Switching priority of melt.exe to normal in task manager helps to make work it using all cores but only for one encoding run.

Is there any way to make Shotcut using all Alder Lake CPU cores for encoding permanently?

Or any chance to fix this to make encoding work using all cores?

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Changed this to a suggestion to add a configurable priority. This can affect other things than export such as convert, reverse, proxy, and stabilization.