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Windows 7 has native GPU accelerated video transcoding

Posted on Wednesday, June 03 2009 @ 12:49:30 CEST by


Microsoft and NVIDIA yesterday announced that Windows 7 has native support for GPU accelerated video transcoding.
The implementation was seamless as Henry simply dragged and dropped the high definition video file onto a Sony Walkman portable media player in Windows Explorer, where it automatically started transferring the file onto the Walkman.

The demo included an Ion-based machine and another, similarly specced machine without Nvidia integrated graphics – the Nvidia-based machine finished the transcoding task around five times faster than the Atom-based PC with Intel integrated graphics, taking just over 1 minute 30 to complete.




 



 

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