Chengdu, China – MacXDVD Software is at the forefront of high-speed 4K Ultra HD video processing. The company recently added Intel Quick Sync Video, NVIDIA and AMD to MacX Video Converter Pro V6.3.0. The groundbreaking use of these hardware acceleration systems leads to the most powerful processing solution for large videos from 4K 60fps to 6K 100fps and beyond, yielding the fastest possible render speed; a whopping 5x speed increase over other applications with super-quality results.
The popularity of 4K UHD, 3D, and virtual reality videos can tax CPU, RAM, and storage requirements. If the processing power can’t keep up, the video workflow will immediately turn into frustrating experience, from holding the huge raw UHD/HD video content in a device, to 4K editing, compressing, cutting, adjusting, enhancing, to codec decoding and encoding. Choppy and stuttering output is the most common case, let alone hardware issues like 90%- 99% CPU usage, stuck computer, overheating and fast battery drain.
“To let people dive into 4K world easily, MacXDVD Software sought to provide the most efficient UHD video processing solution as quickly as possible.” explains Jack Han, CEO of MacXDVD Software, “MacX Video Converter Pro V6.3.0 marks a significant milestone in processing ultra HD videos. By pioneering the support for the major hardware accelerations, the program offers a faster-than-ever speed and engaging level of quality, unobtainable elsewhere.”
Leveraging the superior processing power of the Intel QSV, NVIDIA and AMD architecture, MacXDVD radically speeds the video transcoding tasks at a lower total energy cost than programs based on CPU only. Specifically, the resource-intensive 4K workflows are carried out in specialized hardware components like GPU, solving the CPU performance bottleneck in a power-efficient manner. By harnessing the power of dedicated graphics processing hardware, MacXDVD beats others by a long shot with 500% speedups & far less sacrificed image quality.
While a traditional CPU-only solution takes an hour to process a 4K ultra HD video in MKV, MacX Video Converter Pro slashes that time by up to 70%-80% with an average speed of 250-320fps. When both recent Intel CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs are installed on a computer, such as Intel Core i7 processor and GeForce GTX 680, it promises an even faster performance. Not only that, more CPU is freed up for online browsing, video playback, gaming, and any other workloads.
Other enhancements in MacX Video Converter Pro V6.3.0:
* Added support for H.264 encoding in Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-7500
* Added support for frame filtering using AMD Radeon when available
* Added support for burned-in SUP/PGS subtitles
* Added Apple Pixlet decoder
Pricing and Availability
MacX Video Converter Pro is normally priced at $59.95 (USD) for a single license. But now, everyone can take the fastest 4K UHD video processing program home before April 10, simply by guessing the time it needs to process a 2.5G MKV video. Learn more details at MacX Video Converter Pro Acceleration Giveaway.
MacXDVD Software is a division of Digiarty Software Company, owns a professional multimedia software development team, providing a range of products for Macintosh Computer users, including MacX Video Converter, MacX DVD Ripper, DVD Author, DVD backup tools, etc, series of apps for Apple video player, and iPhone, iPad 2D and 3D video games. Copyright (C) 2018 MacXDVD Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
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