The PrimeTranscoder's GPU accelerator makes transcoding faster.
PrimeTranscoder offers GPU acceleration, a simple interface, and many other features that make it more robust than any other transcoding application at its price point – according to Imagine Products.
PrimeTranscoder allows users to convert multiple files to different formats at once. It recognizes and converts more than 20 different HD, 4K, and RAW camera formats, including ARRI, Blackmagic, Canon, GoPro, Panasonic, RED, Sony, and many more. While that's happening, it can also create editable or sharable files, including AVID DNxHD and H.264. Many clips can be combined into one while maintaining individual timecode or combining all into one timecode.
“Speed and stability are critical to the transcoding process in today's digital video environments. PrimeTranscoder's GPU accelerator makes transcoding faster by allowing the application to take advantage of the computer's graphics processing unit. In this way, customers get rapid file conversion without sacrificing any stability,” explains Imagine Products.
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