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A simple video transcoder with Nvidia CUDA acceleration support, and multitrack audio compatability. Great for creating Proxy files for Premiere Pro, where multitrack audio is required if present, but not supported in transcoding.
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This is a simple Windows based video transcoder, that copies ALL audio tracks. It's simple, and extremely fast, utilizing Nvidia's NVENC.

If you find yourself needing compressed 'proxy' video files for editing software, like Adobe Premiere Pro, and it can't create them itsself due to no multitrack audio support, then this is by far the simplest solution.

It's simple to use, fast and efficient.

How to use

  1. Download this repo as a .zip and extract it.
  2. Edit settings.bat to your liking.
  3. Either:
    • For single file transcoding:
      • Start NVEncC.bat with Command Prompt.
      • Drag and Drop a video file in.
    • For multiple file transcoding:
      • Drag and Drop one or more video files onto the actual NVEncC.bat file.
    • Queue up multiple files for later transcoding:
  4. Follow the steps, and you'll have yourself a transcoded file in no time!

By default; no transcoding to audio is done. You can add such via setting otherargs in settings.bat

Check the Wiki for more information: TcNo Transcoder Wiki

Requirements

  • Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10 (x86 / x64)
  • NVENC supported hardware (NVIDIA GeForce Kepler gen or later (GT / GTX 6xx or later))
  • NVIDIA graphics driver 418.81 or later

Note: You can downgrade NVEncC by downloading older releases from rigaya/NVEnc Min NVIDIA graphics driver version: 334.89

Planned:

FFMPEG support is planned, instead of NVEncC, and possibly more in the future. If you have anything to add, then don't be afraid :)

For more info regarding NVEncC, such as supported codecs: https://github.com/rigaya/NVEnc

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