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Old 01-12-2011, 03:38 AM
xxxslayeriiixxx xxxslayeriiixxx is offline
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you will need a CUDA enabled GPU, if your not aware of it already. Ive been transcoding/encoding through premiere pro cs5 and it shows significant time changes. I used to transcode videos for about 1-2 hours before. Now it only takes 10 - 15 minutes to transcode with the GTX480. i am not aware of any other programs that utilizes the GPU for transcoding, but im sure Premiere Pro Cs5 uses gpu acceleration for the mercury playback engine and exporting videos. So maybe you could put the (avi, divx, xvid, h264) in the timeline and export the video to whatever format you prefer. I havent tested Adobe Media Encoder CS5, but i think it uses the same programming for export. So maybe you could just use Media Encoder, but im not entirely sure about the GPU accelerated encoding since im always in Premiere Pro.

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