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Motion DSP vReveal Software - Motion DSP vReveal Software
Sun, May 03 2009 | 12:01PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Another great thing about vReveal is its ability to utilize CUDA. The processor may be considered the most important part of a computer, but a program such as vReveal will put a lot of load on your CPU, which means you won't be able to use that processing power for something else. The GPU's ability to take most of this load is a great addition to any program, and I'm glad MotionDSP used it for vReveal. On top of that, having your GPU enabled means you'll notice better quality, more FPS, and faster save times. Though if your video is only 30 seconds long, the save time will only decrease by a few seconds. If you're using longer videos you'll notice a much better improvement. If you're using ATI, or just don't have a CUDA-enabled video card, MotionDSP didn't leave you out. vReveal will work with just about any CPU, but then again if you're still using a Pentium 3 or older, editing a 10 second video might take hours."
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Intel Developer Forum 2010 CEO Keynote Coverage - Intel Developer Forum 2010 CEO Keynote Coverage
Tue, September 14 2010 | 3:51PM | PermaLink Feedback?
In typical fashion, Intel kicked off IDF 2010 with a couple of keynote addresses headlined by the company’s President and CEO, Paul Otellini, and the GM of the Intel Architecture Group David “Dadi” Perlmutter. Topics of the keynote addresses included everything from Sandy Bridge to WiDi, and a myriad of others in between, but the main theme that permeated the entire conversation was how Intel is changing or plans to change moving forward. Details on Intel's second generation Core processor, Intel's ongoing development efforts with GoogleTV and a host of other hands-on demos were presented. Intel's highly integrated Sandy Bridge CPU is looking strong and on track for an early 2011 release.
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