Video Converter provides AV1 codec support and hardware acceleration for Intel Graphics


The popular HandBrake converter was updated to version 1.6.0. The update was supported by a computer program originating from the AV1 codec. Owners of machines that have Intel Quick Sync Video (QSV) can encode video with hardware acceleration.

Handbrake 1.6.0 received the AV1 support in all systems. Ayets of software with Intel QSV Intel processors with embedded graphics cards or Arc graphics cards can use an alternative hardware-accelerated version of QSV-AV1 encoder. QSV are not capable of receiving the prefix F before Skylake. If Intel graphics are paired with other technologies, the Deep Link Hyper Encode will help them to combine their efforts. AMD and NVIDIA already have hardware-accelerated AV1 encoders, but they haven’t yet reached HandBrake.

The free, open-source AV1 codec is expected to become the preferred streaming technology, saving you time and money, and saving you the best video video. The format was created by the non-profit Alliance for Open Media, and will likely replace existing H.264/AVC and HEVC solutions. The project was supported by Amazon, Apple, Arm, Facebook, and Google, the Intel sp.

The new HandBrake contains more than 10 bit encoder profiles and several presets for typical tasks. New profiles are available on H.264 and H.265. Some filters have been updated, and an impressive number of innovations have affected the work with a colour depth of more than 8 bits. HandBrake is accessible on the official website. The latest version supports Windows, macOS, and Linux.

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