As I found out the
MPEG-4 AVC H.264 (Intel Quick Sync) video codec is only offered for MP4 as target container but not for AVI (at keast not in XMedia Recode).
Is this correct?
I though that video and audio codecs should be independent from video file container
What exactly does Intel Quick Sync mean?
Is this for usage of CPU/GPU built-in firmware feature?
Since which Intel CPU generation is this offered?
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Last edited by pxstein; 23rd Jan 2022 at 10:40.
Wikipedia: Intel Quick Sync Video
It is well possible that XMR offers AVC video only for containers which fully support all of its features. MP4 and MKV do; AVI does not, it was designed in an era before GOPs with B frames were developed and does not support e.g. temporal forwards references (to future video content) or multiple references for the same predicted frame.