GPU Acceleration

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Gabee8
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GPU Acceleration

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Hello! Please help me.
How to check GPU Acceleration c++ or c#?
I look the handbrake c++ code and too hard codes me... :( I not found the handbrake how to check gpu acceleration.
The ffmpeg -hwaccels commad too pure.
Please help. Thanks Gabee
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Re: GPU Acceleration

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Since handbrake does not use GPUs for acceleration, the source code would not be a good learning tool.
Gabee8
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Re: GPU Acceleration

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Woodstock
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Re: GPU Acceleration

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That is not GPU acceleration; That's using the dedicated video encoder hardware on the board.

If you're looking to detect the VCE, QSV, or NVENC hardware, that's a different story than detecting the GPU.
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Re: GPU Acceleration

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These hardware encoders are supported by using their relevant SDK's from Nvidia, Intel and AMD. Those are written in C and C++

Your best bet is to look at their SDKs and examples.
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Re: GPU Acceleration

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s55 wrote: Thu Dec 24, 2020 3:37 pm These hardware encoders are supported by using their relevant SDK's from Nvidia, Intel and AMD. Those are written in C and C++

Your best bet is to look at their SDKs and examples.
OK. Thank you for help. :D
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