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Posts: 3
Registered: 04.03.2015
04.03.15 19:00:17
I know others have asked for this, but it bears repeating: CUDA support could produce radical performance improvements in several of the AVS4YOU programs. We're not talking about 5% or 10% faster; CUDA support could make something like Video Converter run 5 to 10 times faster.

I am not ignoring the number of hours it would take for you to add CUDA support, but a simple fact remains: Each hour you put into that effort would save hundreds or thousands of hours for your users. Something that holds that much promise for your users should be getting high priority.
Nat
Posts: 2364
Registered: 03.07.2008
05.03.15 07:30:37
To: info@ocphotoworx.com

Dear user,

Thnk you for the suggetion, I will surely pass it over to our developers.

Thepartial use of GPU has already been implemented in AVS Video Editor and AVS Video Converter.

Now the graphics processor is used for many editing operations which has made the work of the program much faster. However, GPU hardware acceleration is not yet used for conversion. Our developers consider using GPU acceleration in the conversion process as well, but there are no definite release plans yet.
To increase the conversion spedd you may try to do the following Settings - Processing - Conversion mode - select Multi Thread, in Threads Priority - Above Normal, in Codec - Intel Media - choose Auto.

Then start the conversion process and open Windows Task Manager by clicking on Ctrl + Alt + Delete - go to Processes tab and find AVS Video Converter host process - right click on it - choose Set Priority - Above Normal.

Should you have any questions please feel free to contact us.

Kind regards
Posts: 83
Registered: 01.07.2015
11.07.15 17:11:04
I'd also like to give this a +1 please.
Nat
Posts: 2364
Registered: 03.07.2008
14.07.15 09:18:03
To: joelmch

Thank you for the suggetion.
Posts: 5
Registered: 02.01.2012
08.08.16 00:10:02
To: Nat

I hoppe the developers would consider amd app and dxva also not just cuda,and please its about time to make the programs 64bits compatible,for large video and audio sizes 32bits cant handle it in buffer. :-)
Posts: 5
Registered: 02.01.2012
08.08.16 00:11:58
maxenzo2:
To: Nat

I hoppe the developers would consider amd app and dxva also not just cuda,and please its about time to make the programs 64bits compatible,for large video and audio sizes 32bits cant handle it in buffer. :-)

i didnt meant compatible i meant native 64bits.
Administrator
Posts: 98
Registered: 12.07.2011
09.08.16 11:00:36
To: maxenzo2

Hi Miguel,

Thanks for the suggestion. We've passed it to the Development Team.
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