Freemake speeds up video conversion with DXVA technology

May 26, 2011

Freemake Video Converter 2.2 Beta (download) now supports DirectX Video Acceleration technology (DXVA) that brings a considerable increase (up to 50%) in HD video conversion. Since a video stream is partially or completely decoded on a graphics card, CPU usage is reduced dramatically as well. To fully benefit from the hardware accelerated real-time conversion, users must have a modern graphics card and a powerful motherboard.

The video converter also features a brand new algorithm of optimal parameters detection: it can switch on/off CUDA and DXVA to provide the fastest video conversion for each particular case.

Attention! The version 2.2 Beta is under testing, you can download it here. If you have problems with Freemake Video Converter 2.2 Beta, please contact our support team or write on our Facebook fan page.