My amd card died on me so i bought a nvidia card I was wondering does it support cuda? I cannot find it in the options in the program. I installed handbrake and all i see in the program it saids nvidia nvenc. I looked at handbrake documents it saids it said nothing about cuda? How can i tell if vidcoder supports cuda? I know its base off handbrake. I forgot to add i am planning to use cuda to covert blu ray to x264 with cuda if it has it.
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Last edited by Wizard23; 11th Jan 2019 at 19:26.
On Nvidia's newer graphics cards NVENC has replaced CUDA for video encoding.
You will probably get better quality using a software encoder than NVENC. The latter is most useful for realtime encoding.
as a side note: both the old 'cuda' named encoder and 'nvenc' use the vpu and not the gpu, so the CUDA-API isn't used by any of them.
I forgot to add i am planning to use cuda to covert blu ray to x264 with cuda if it has it.
cuda = a parallel computing platform and programming model developed by NVIDIA for general computing on graphical processing units (GPUs), it's used through the CUDA application interface.users currently on my ignore list: deadrats, Stears555