Any Video Converter series adopted the NVIDIA NVENC video encoding and HEVC/ H 265 video compression technology to optimize video converting speed and quality.

Any Video Converter, an all-in-one video converter, DVD converter and editor, video recorder and video downloader, submitted its new version 5.9.1 on January 28th, 2016. Three versions for Windows system (Free, Pro and Ultimate) are all included in this update. NVIDIA NVENC video encoding technology is applied to accelerate the speed of converting process. The implement of HEVC/H.265 video compression standard can also deliver significantly better visual quality to users.

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NVIDIA NVENC accelerated encoding

Any Video Converter series software (version 5.9.1) leverages the NVIDIA Encoder (NVENC) API to access the high-performance H.264 hardware video encoder introduced in graphics cards with the Kepler GPU architecture. NVENC-based video encoding is faster and consumes less power than legacy CUDA-based or CPU-based encoding.

Please note the Nvidia NVENC needs to be supported by the device driver.

High Efficiency Video Coding

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High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), also known as H.265, a video compression technology providing twice efficiency of the previous standard, H.264 / AVC. Any Video Converter adds this technology to enable video to be converted to a file that is about half the size (or half the bit rate) of AVC. On the other side, when converted to the same file size or bit rate as AVC, it offers the higher level of picture quality. That will be much easier if you want to convert 4K/Ultra HD videos, 4K Blu-rays, and more.

These two features are undoubtedly the great progress in improving video converting process. However, technology moves on, fashions and the demand for technology may change. Hence, any feedback from you will be appreciated.

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