Items tagged with transcoding

AMD will be making an ATI Catalyst v9.5 hotfix driver package available for Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit) users that feature a new ATI Stream transcoding runtime. The new runtime enables faster transcoding with lower CPU usage for ATI Stream compatible applications that leverage the power of a GPU for some computing tasks, like ATI's own AVIVO Video Converter for example.In addition to the new driver release, however, AMD is also announcing that ATI Stream support is coming, or is already available, for a number third party applications.       ATI Stream Transcoding Runtime,... Read more...
Nero Adds NVIDIA CUDA AccelerationNero Move it utilizes NVIDIA CUDA architecture to accelerate video encoding time, decrease CPU usage Nero, creators of liquid media technology, today previewed the latest version of Nero Move it, which now features support for the NVIDIA CUDA architecture, at the CeBIT trade fair. Available as a free update to current Nero Move it customers in April, this new version includes impressive accelerated video encoding times and a decrease in CPU usage to enable users to enjoy even faster file transfer time. By using CUDA technology to tap the massive parallel processing... Read more...
AMD has released a short FAQ in response to recent feedback the company has received regarding the initial release of their GPU-accelerated ATI AVIVO Video Converter. Much of the feedback was related to the application's feature set, quality, compatibility, and performance. Here's what AMD has to say...  Q: What are the specific issues users of ATI Video Converter may encounter?A: Users running 32-bit software on 64-bit systems are encountering issues getting quality output from the encoder and 32-bit users have also experienced some anomalies in the playback. It was not released for support... Read more...