MacVoicesTV #966: Putting The Elgato Turbo.264 HD Through Its Paces

Working with video can be time consuming, but exporting the video for various devices (iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, etc.) is even more time consuming. Elgato’s Turbo.264 HD solves this problem by giving any Intel Mac a dedicated video accelerator and encoder. Chuck shows you just how much of much of a difference it can make, and lets you make the decision on the quality results.

Rendered files:

Bellagio Fountains – iMovie Medium.m4v (from iMovie)

Bellagio Fountains.mp4 (using Turbo.264 HD)

Bellagio (full size QuickTime export)

Bellagio Fountains[1].mp4 (Turbo.264 HD export using utility – iPod size)

Bellagio Fountains[2].mp4 (Turbo.264 HD export using utility – HD version size)


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Elgato Turbo.264 HD
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