What can the NVIDIA® CUDA™ do for you?

In order to totally speed up the video-converting, Tipard Studio has employed the newest NVIDIA® CUDATM technology, which can change the converting speed to be 6X faster than ever before.

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What is CUDA?

As a parallel computing architecture released by NVIDIA, CUDA enables dramatic increases in computing performance by harnessing the power of the GPU (graphics processing unit). Therefore, once specially written for CUDA with C language, the application can run in ultra-high performance on the computer with NVIDIA® CUDATM.

The Introduction of CUDA

The CUDA-enabled GPUs' superior performance has drawn the attention of our software developers, and lets them found CUDA's broad-ranging uses. Therefore, in order to improve video encoding & decoding and get better user experience, Tipard's all video converters and DVD converters are specially redesigned and rewritten for CUDA, then they all have gained amazing converting speed and superior video processing performance.

Getting 6X faster converting speed with CUDA

Obviously, the right graphic has clearly shown that, the magic CUDA technology can save you much time when converting almost any video file to MP4, MKV, MOV, M4V, FLV and other formats with H.264 codec on your PC running on CUDA-enabled GPU. Plus, Tipard video converters and DVD converters also support multi-core CPUs, which can take full advantage of your PC power to accelerate the converting speed.

converting HD video files.

Supported Graphics Card: MTS(duration: 14mins 1secs; 1920*1080)

Output format: MP4/MKV/MOV/M4V/FLV(codec: H.264; 1920*1080)

PC configuration: Windows 7 Ultimate N; Intel® Core™2 Quad CPU Q8200 @2.33GHz ; NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT

Hint: Due to the NVIDIA® CUDA™ graphic card is only supported by the NVIDIA driver, therefore, please make sure your PC graphics driver is NVIDIA latest official driver.

Supported Graphics Card:

* GeForce 8, 9, 100, 200, 400-series, 500-series GPUs with a minimum of 256MB of local graphics memory.

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