|May 26, 2011 || || |
Freemake Video Converter 2.2 Beta 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.