GPU Transcodes Four 1080p Video Files In Real Time

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Yea I checked the site to see what GPU's are supported and I see no mention of it at all. You would think something like this, cause we all know that we hate waiting on an encode/transcode to get done, we be on there front page, but I have found nothing on there site at all. Maybe Nvidia or ATI's site mentiones it. I'll check there.
 
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accually a program RapiHD is availible for Nvidia's Cuda cards, and it looks pretty interesting.
 

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Yeh I know about that RapiHD software, but it's only limited to GeForce GTX 2x0 series at this stage ( even they said it will support GeForce 8xxx & 9xxx later ), I currenly have GeForce 7950GT so it won't work with me, and later I'll go for HD 4870 so I need something works on that too, the news here mentions the demonstration was use HD 4850...

I'll try to search again in other places... strange that CyberLink didn't mention any thing about it, it's a very good marketing point, Adobe mentioned it ( they will use it for Photoshop CS4 ) even before PS CS4 hit's the beta stage !!
 

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find it in AMD's website, but still very few info

http://ati.amd.com/products/Radeonhd4800/

go to ( Go beyond HD Video ) section, you will see a footnotes number 3, when you go to that footnote, it's mentioned there...
 

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Interesting note at the bottom of ATI's site on their cards

http://ati.amd.com/products/Radeonhd4800/

3 This may vary depending on your system configuration and video formats. Using an Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.16 GHz based PC, AMD was able to achieve GPU accelerated transcoding speeds up to 19x faster using Cyberlink PowerDirector than when using the same CPU alone with MainConcept encoder in Adobe Premiere CS3. Using the same system, full 1080p files were converted 1.8x faster than real-time.

Interesting that ATI (a subsidiary of AMD) when testing used an Intel chip!?
 

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[citation][nom]ABaugh[/nom]Interesting note at the bottom of ATI's site on their cardshttp://ati.amd.com/products/Radeonhd4800/3 This may vary depending on your system configuration http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_Configuration and video formats. Using an Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 3.16 GHz based PC, AMD was able to achieve GPU accelerated transcoding speeds up to 19x faster using Cyberlink PowerDirector than when using the same CPU alone with MainConcept encoder in Adobe Premiere http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adobe_Premiere CS3. Using the same system, full 1080p http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1080p files were converted 1.8x faster than real-time. Interesting that ATI (a subsidiary of AMD) when testing used an Intel chip!?[/citation]

Not really all that weird when considering encoding/transcoding has for awhile now been way faster on intel chips.
And Intel's motherboards support Crossfire. Not an issue.
Its about offering awesome numbers, and to do that you need
the intel lol.
 
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