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VICTORIA, SEYCHELLES, October 13, 2010 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Freemake Video Converter (http://www.freemake.com/free_video_converter) has recently integrated CUDA technology that can speed up the conversion process by many times. Thus, the videos can be converted to AVI, iPod, iPhone, PSP, and Android devices in a few minutes instead of hours.
Freemake Video Converter, version 1.2, features much higher conversion speed and significant gains in performance due to CUDA technology. Therefore, this free converter can be considered one of the pioneers among video tools.
Now PC users can convert long videos to HD formats much faster than before because CUDA outsources some tasks normally handled by CPU to the graphics card. Thus, more CPU resources can be fully available for use by other tasks, making the computer run much smoother. So the performance of the whole system increases dramatically.
Tests have proved that this shift from CPU to GPU usage boosted the speed of Freemake Video Converter by many times. However, the result depends a lot on CPU and GPU characteristics of a PC.
CUDA technology was invented and released by NVIDIA. It is available for PC equipped with NVIDIA-powered graphics cards such as GeForce-8 or higher.
Freemake offers free software developed for people who would like to maximize their time and efforts. Freemake Video Converter features all necessary functions one may need to cope with any multimedia task, namely convert between today's popular video formats, turn desktop videos into movies for iPod, iPhone, iPad, PSP, Xbox, Blackberry, and Android devices, rip and burn DVDs, edit video, upload music, photos, and videos to YouTube.
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