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Popcorn 3 & Turbo .264 (elgato)

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I have elgato's Turbo .264 as well as Popcorn 3.

Popcorn's documentation states that it can use Turbo .264's help in the encoding process.

My question is....

Will popcorn auto-detect that the Turbo .264 is plugged in or do I need to set it up some how?

 

 

 

I have elgato's Turbo .264 as well as Popcorn 3.

Popcorn's documentation states that it can use Turbo .264's help in the encoding process.

My question is....

Will popcorn auto-detect that the Turbo .264 is plugged in or do I need to set it up some how?

Never-mind I found it in the preferences....

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I have elgato's Turbo .264 as well as Popcorn 3.

Popcorn's documentation states that it can use Turbo .264's help in the encoding process.

My question is....

Will popcorn auto-detect that the Turbo .264 is plugged in or do I need to set it up some how?

Never-mind I found it in the preferences....

 

By default it will automatically detect the device, and display an animation in the encoding dialog box when an H.264 conversion is taking place to indicate the Turbo.264 is working.

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By default it will automatically detect the device, and display an animation in the encoding dialog box when an H.264 conversion is taking place to indicate the Turbo.264 is working.

I did notice that it won't use it (turbo .264) if you alter the export settings....

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I did notice that it won't use it (turbo .264) if you alter the export settings....

 

 

I just got the Turbo and Popcorn 3. I wanted to do a 2 pass and whenever you try to alter the preset, it will not recognized the Turbo.264 anymore. I hope Roxio updates the program to use it. 2 pass will yield a higher quality image than a single pass.

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