When Quick Sync will be supported?

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When Quick Sync will be supported?

Post by Ice_Black » Sat May 21, 2011 3:28 pm

When Quick Sync will be supported?

Intel's QuickSync Technology Kill CUDA!

That will be awesome and I think it will be 50% faster?

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Re: When Quick Sync will be supported?

Post by Claire » Tue May 24, 2011 8:40 am

I don't know.

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Re: When Quick Sync will be supported?

Post by superlink » Mon Jan 02, 2012 1:51 am

Any update on this? I can't seem to find a DVD software that supports Quick Sync. VSO is missing out on a big opportunity.
ConvertXtoDVD supporting Quick Sync would be great. I could only imagine how fast it would be.
Please make it happen! :D

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Re: When Quick Sync will be supported?

Post by Brainiarc7 » Sun Dec 27, 2015 10:17 pm

And to answer your question:

At the present moment, ConXtoVideo supports hardware accelerated video encoding for a wide variety of formats, notably H.264 profiles, but, when it comes to DVDs, they have to be encoded in MPEG2.
MPEG2 encoding in GPUs is a bit tacky, to say the least, because the feature profile enumerated by the DVD specification isn't a one-shot solution on GPUs when using specific encoders, and that can vary in itself.
In the future, this may be a feature. For now, keep your fingers crossed.

TL:DR: See how tricky licensing video encoders to commercial apps can be, such as mainConcept's SDKs and Iitiam's HEVC encoder (OpenCL).
It's not always a black and white solution.

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