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what is this software? what does it do?
It seems to be a video converter from format to format. Amirite?
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It seems to be a video converter from format to format. Amirite?
Yes, most notable for CUDA encoding.
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MediaCoder also supports CUDA transcoding and is free
i like it too, except for that stupid cuda support error which requires you to turn back the system time for it to use cuda
    
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I will stick with Freemakes Video Converter, uses CUDA tech as well and doesn't cost anything.....
    
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I did the trial, and I am not that impressed with it. Would like to use the MKV container instead of MP4 and Rundown on highest settings took up 14GB of space.. and looks like crap at 1080. My bluray rips only take up 5GB and look a millions times better...
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WWWWWWWWWWWHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA????!??!?!?!?!?


GTX 4xx and 5xx support now?

Might compare it to Xilisoft's converter with their CUDA support.
CUDA encoding produces horrible results. I was excited to have GPU accelerated encoding before I found out how it uses speed over quality. Especially on lower bitrate encodes:

http://www.anandtech.com/show/4083/t...-2100-tested/9
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The problem here seems to be that when transcoding from a lower quality source, the tradeoffs NVIDIA makes are amplified. Even Quick Sync isn’t perfect here. I’d say Quick Sync is closer to the pure x86 path than CUDA. Given the tremendous performance advantage I’d say the tradeoff is probably worth it in this case.


The GeForce GTX 460 looks horrible here. The output looks like an old film, it’s simply inexcusable.

ATI Stream is slower than CPU encoding and sometimes slightly worse quality. Quick-Sync is the fastest but also has minor quality issues but less than ATI Stream. CPU encoding is still the safest quality wise way to encode.
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i like it too, except for that stupid cuda support error which requires you to turn back the system time for it to use cuda
Or you could use the CUDA encoder from the 32-bit Mencoder executables.
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Is there some sort of throttling going on with the demo? It used no more than 50% of my GPU and as low as 20% of my GPU. I am impressed that it ran at my overclock of 900Mhz, though. I think it would be acceptable if you wanted to encode to a cell phone, Ipod, or Ipad type device. I would not want to be encoding movies with this program to watch in my home theater setting.

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570 definitely gets better transcoding FPS than my i7 @ 3.8
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i like it too, except for that stupid cuda support error which requires you to turn back the system time for it to use cuda
this.

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I will stick with Freemakes Video Converter, uses CUDA tech as well and doesn't cost anything.....
this. Freemake's interface is also a lot better
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