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Roxio Cuda & Nvenc Support

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Hi,

 

Since Nvidia driver 340.43 CUDA video encoding has been discontinued and is being replaced with NVENC instead.

 

Therefore I can no longer use CUDA to encode videos within VideoWave.

 

Does Roxio plan to update the product to support NVENC?

 

Thanks

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Hi,

 

Since Nvidia driver 340.43 CUDA video encoding has been discontinued and is being replaced with NVENC instead.

 

Therefore I can no longer use CUDA to encode videos within VideoWave.

 

Does Roxio plan to update the product to support NVENC?

 

Thanks

 

It's not in the driver it's in the GPU.

 

NVENC is a fixed-function hardware encoder built into all Kepler GPUs to do h.264 encoding.

 

Because the NVENC encoding is entirely hardware-accelerated on the fixed-function hardware, it also uses less power than CPU-based encoding or CUDA-based encoding.

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It's not in the driver it's in the GPU.

 

NVENC is a fixed-function hardware encoder built into all Kepler GPUs to do h.264 encoding.

 

Because the NVENC encoding is entirely hardware-accelerated on the fixed-function hardware, it also uses less power than CPU-based encoding or CUDA-based encoding.

 

Thanks for the reply, but you didn't answer my question - will Roxio provide support now for video encoding using an nvidia gpu?

 

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Thanks for the reply, but you didn't answer my question - will Roxio provide support now for video encoding using an nvidia gpu?

 

Thanks

 

Ask Roxio, this is a users forum and we have no connection with Roxio Management/Development

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Thanks for the reply, but you didn't answer my question - will Roxio provide support now for video encoding using an nvidia gpu?

 

Thanks

 

Do you own a NVENC GPU?

 

The fixed-function hardware encoder built into all Kepler GPUs to do h.264 encoding.

 

This is a user forum not a Roxio software development forum.

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