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NEW release - Plugin for HEVC and H.264 hardware decoding using NVIDIA GPUs on Windows

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Jun 08, 2020

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Some days ago we released a new version of our free Windows plugin for Adobe CC which now adds NVIDIA hardware decoding support for HEVC and H.264. We also changed the name of the plugin from endlessly long "Daniel2 Accelerator Plugin Pack" to the more catchy "Turbocut".

 

The short summary - realtime HEVC and H.264 editing in UHD even on older laptops as long as they have at least a Pascal series NVIDIA card installed (-> GTX1050 or higher). This means a three - four year old DELL XPS15, like mine, suddenly is capable of doing HEVC editing - much better than what the integrated Quicksync support did try to offer.

 

Here is a a link to a Youtube video (not by me) that shows you Turbocut in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNGra3cAjuM&t=398s

 

 

Again, it is free. Get it via the Adobe Exchange Portal or directly at https://www.turbocut.com/ 

 

Please provide feedback here in the forum or via our own forum at forum.daniel.com or via email.

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NEW release - Plugin for HEVC and H.264 hardware decoding using NVIDIA GPUs on Windows

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Jun 08, 2020

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Some days ago we released a new version of our free Windows plugin for Adobe CC which now adds NVIDIA hardware decoding support for HEVC and H.264. We also changed the name of the plugin from endlessly long "Daniel2 Accelerator Plugin Pack" to the more catchy "Turbocut".

 

The short summary - realtime HEVC and H.264 editing in UHD even on older laptops as long as they have at least a Pascal series NVIDIA card installed (-> GTX1050 or higher). This means a three - four year old DELL XPS15, like mine, suddenly is capable of doing HEVC editing - much better than what the integrated Quicksync support did try to offer.

 

Here is a a link to a Youtube video (not by me) that shows you Turbocut in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qNGra3cAjuM&t=398s

 

 

Again, it is free. Get it via the Adobe Exchange Portal or directly at https://www.turbocut.com/ 

 

Please provide feedback here in the forum or via our own forum at forum.daniel.com or via email.

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Aug 07, 2020

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Amazing plug in my guys! Though I can't seen to be able to use it after all because if I import around and more than 100 clips in premiere it starts decoding errors and premiere start frame substitutions and then black frames. Why is this happening? ☹️

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I'm also getting the frame substitution. It worked flawlessly before I upgraded, now I can't get it to work for the life of me. Any updates from the develoeper team?

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