Monthly Archives - July 2018

X-Acceleration Transcoder Pro v1.4.3 released

Overview As we known. most of clients are using the DVB card to receive the live streams from satellite or cable. and they are using Cesbo Astra or similar DVB software to send the http or udp stream to the X Acceleration Codec. but there is a weird problem that the streams will restart randomly sometimes. I believe this problem happens to most of clients. So I stopped my current development and try to solve this urgent problem immediately. after [...]

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X-Acceleration Transcoder Pro v1.4.2 released!

Overview I strongly recommend client to use Nvidia GPU based transcoding solution. But there are many clients perhaps still want to utilize their old CPU server. So I added the CPU based H.264 and H.265 software transcoding supports in this version. It will be treated as an additional encoding option in the X Acceleration Codec. If you only need CPU based transcoding, you can order the QuickSync version. both QuickSync and NVENC has this CPU based transcoding supports. Since the CPU [...]

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X-Acceleration Transcoder Pro v1.4.1 released!

Overview   QuickSync based decoder, deinterlance and scale has been supported. now you don’t have to use i7-6700 or i5-6500, only a i3-6100 is enough for transcoding 8 HD1080@25fps channels. and the performance has been maximized. also, the full GPU based hardware transcoding and Nvidia GPU based scaling is supported now. The previous version is still using CPU to scaling. it does not takes too much CPU. but when you have hundreds of channels need scaling from HD1080P to HD720P or [...]

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X-Acceleration Transcoder Pro v1.4.0 is released

Dear Clients, today we release the Update X-Acceleration Transcoder Pro The new Version 1.4.0 comes with these features: – update to ffmpeg-4.0 version. – add QuickSync decoder, deinterlace and scale supports. – add CUDA scale supports. – add hwaccel based full hardware transcoding supports. – increase the stream restarting delay to 5 seconds.

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