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What's the best program that uses CUDAs on the GTX 570?

Mostly divx to iphone 4 format and divx to dvd.

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mediacoder NT CUDA edition worked for the 470. should work for the 570 but it's not on the supported GPU's page. the quality of that program has dropped as of late though. also, it will start in chinese and you have to change the language manually. also apparently the CUDA license expired so you have to set your system time back by a couple of months. when it works it works really well though

you can try using MediaCoder, and then using the CUDA encoder option though. that would work

also there is badaboom. though you pay for that. apparently it doesn't yet support Fermi though.

and should you wish to be more old-school you can also go with Handbrake on CPU. not as fast, but quick for CPU encoding, and you have a CPU that won't have a problem encoding with it
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badaboom is probably the best one....

it is easy and it always just works....

they are releasing a Femmi version soon...

which i can't wait for...

hm.... 2 x 480s for cuda processing of videos........
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Besides those mentioned, I'm pretty sure you can also use Arcsoft's Media Converter 7 and Cyberlink's Media Espresso 6

Whichever program you go with, keep in mind that the GPU-based encoding mechanisms (or 'codepaths' if you will) tend to be geared towards speed over final video quality. If you care that much about how it looks, I'd use a regular CPU-based encode mechanism (or perhaps transcoding is the proper word )
    
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ok i have been trying Handbrake....

it transcoded 1080p blueray to 1080p mp4

2.1 Hour Movie....

Total File Size was 2.8Gbs!!!

also it only took 1.5 Hours to Transcode it...

And yes it uses all 6 core!!!

give it ago...

the quality is good and it is quick
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mediacoder NT CUDA edition worked for the 470. should work for the 570 but it's not on the supported GPU's page. the quality of that program has dropped as of late though. also, it will start in chinese and you have to change the language manually. also apparently the CUDA license expired so you have to set your system time back by a couple of months. when it works it works really well though

you can try using MediaCoder, and then using the CUDA encoder option though. that would work

also there is badaboom. though you pay for that. apparently it doesn't yet support Fermi though.

and should you wish to be more old-school you can also go with Handbrake on CPU. not as fast, but quick for CPU encoding, and you have a CPU that won't have a problem encoding with it
It doesn't support the GTX 570, I just tried. Although, 2 and half hours movie took 10 mins to convert to MP4
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