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Old 25th November 2011, 12:22   #1  |  Link
consulting
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Using QuickSync with Video Deluxe?

Hi, I'm new here. Forgive me if I might be boring for anyone.

I risk this posting because I spent hours and days by searching for sturdy infos that I can use for editing with an i7-2600k and an i5-2430M machine.

My problem:
I have to edit a lot of videos and to render them to MPEG2 and/or MP4.
My editing applications are Cyberlink PowerDirector 10 Ultra, LoiLoScope 2 and MAGIX Video deluxe 17 Premium. There is also MediaEspresso 6.5 for converting/transcoding.
I'm not very familiar with PD10u. I have to learn a lot. But it seems to work with hardware encoding by the INTEL HD3000 graphic units of both PCs.
LoiLoScope 2 is well known but very more complicated than the revolutionary LoiLoScope 1. I'm missing there a lot of features that I believe to be indispensable.

My favourite video editing application is Video deluxe 17 Premium. It provides really all features that I need. And I'm very fit in using it since several previous versions.
The drawback: It can't use Quick Sync.
Nevertheless:
The rendering times with this application are amazing -- mostly less than 70% realtime of the projects duration for MPEG2 -- though using "only" x86-CPU rendering.

So I'm looking for an ENcoder that can be used with Video deluxe while also providing the hardware encoding by Quick Sync.

Looking back: For using LoiLoScope 1 I had to install the CCCP codec pack. I was wondering that this pack also was recognized by Video deluxe. I could use it for very sophisticated MP4 settings that were not accessible with the Video deluxe encoder (MC).

My hope:
That there is a codec(pack) that can be used with Video deluxe and that offers the access to the HD3000's Quick Sync features.
I didn't find one.
But I do not exclude that there are experts who know what I'm looking for without finding it.

Many thanks in advance for any information that may bring some sureness to me -- positively or negatively.

Regards, Manfred
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PS:
The i7 PC is using Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 32bit,
the i5 notebook is using Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 64bit.
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