NVIDIA introduces RTX 40 series dual encoder

According to NVIDIA official news, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 series uses a new dual encoder, which can cut the time waiting for video export by nearly half. The dual encoders can work together and are automatically assigned to achieve dual output. They can also record up to 8K60 with GeForce Experience and OBS Studio to create stunning gameplay videos.

Nvidia says that the popular video editing app in China, Clipper Pro, Blackmagic Design's DaVinci Resolve, and the more popular Voukoder plug-in for Adobe Premiere Pro all support AV1 and use dual encoders via encoding presets. These applications are expected to support dual encoders and AV1 in October. We are working with popular video effects apps Notch and Topaz to help Notch support AV1 as soon as possible, and Topaz supports AV1 and dual encoders.

The GeForce RTX 40 series uses the eighth-generation NVIDIA video encoder, or NVENC for short, and now supports AV1.

NVIDIA said that in order to support developers to seamlessly adapt to AV1, NVIDIA will integrate AV1 capabilities in the NVIDIA Video Codec SDK 12 in October. Developers can also call NVENC AV1 through Google Chrome, Chromium, FFMPEG, or directly using the Microsoft Media Framework.

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