Convert Video
1.1 AVCHD vs MP4
1.2 AVI vs MP4
1.3 MKV vs MP4
1.4 MOV/M4V vs MP4
1.5 What is MP4 Video
1.6 Install AMD Driver
1.7 Intel Acceleration
1.8 AMV to M4V
1.9 DVR to MPEG
1.10 MPG to ASF
1.11 MVI to MPEG

Intel® Quick Sync Video Tech

Intel Quick Sync Video is Intel's hardware video encoding and decoding technology, which is integrated into some Intel CPUs with the built-in HD Graphics. Intel has put into the graphics processor circuitry quickly encode and decode digital video rather than relying on the computers processor.

This tech is extremely beneficial for those who need to create DVDs or Blu-ray discs, create and edit 3D videos, convert 2D video files into 3D, and convert video for your portable media player and for uploading to your favorite social networking sites as it can save a good deal of time.

Quick Sync, like other hardware accelerated video encoding technologies, gives lower quality results than with CPU only encoders. Speed is prioritized over quality.

Tested by our programmers, the converting speed of the software with Intel Quick Sync Video technology is 2.5X faster than the old software. The graphic below shows all data in details.

Duration (sec) Without Intel Quick Sync Video (sec) Intel Quick Sync Video (sec)
AVI to HD MP4 290 272 90
M2TS to HD MP4 148 148 59
MKV to HD MP4 452 405 162
TS to HD MP4 1382 1335 512

Setup Intel Quick Sync Video on Desktop PC with PCI-E graphics card?

For desktop computers with Intel® processors supporting Intel® Quick Sync Video technology and with additional NVIDIA or AMD PCI-E graphics card installed, this tutorial shows how to setup Intel® Quick Sync Video on desktop PC without need to connect a monitor to Intel HD graphics card.

Enable Intel graphics card in BIOS & Install drivers

Check your PC BIOS User Manual or instructions to see how to enable Intel integrated graphics (iGPU). Enable Intel graphics and save BIOS changes.

Please install the latest Intel graphics drivers available for your Intel HD graphics card model.

Open Windows Screen Resolution settings

Right-click in the empty space of the desktop to show menu and select Screen Resolution.
Click Detect button to detect inactive video outputs.

Detect

Force display on Intel® HD Graphics output

Select detected display output for Intel® HD Graphics and select "Try to connect anyway on VGA" from Multiple displays dropdown.

Multiple Displays

Click Apply button before making any additional changes.

Extend display

Select your main display and select Extend these displays from Multiple displays dropdown.

Extend Display

Click Apply button and Keep changes.

Close Screen Resolution settings

Your displays setup should look similar like on the picture below. Click OK button to close Screen Resolution settings.

Close Screen Resolution settings

Restart our program

Now start our program and you can apply the Intel acceleration.

author Posted by Joan Aimee to Video
July 09, 2018 08:00

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