NVEnc is a tool for testing and measuring the performance and image quality of the NVENC hardware encoder of NVIDIA graphics cards. The program comes in two versions: a command line and a plugin for Aviutl. The command line version of NVEnc supports transcoding, which means it can convert a video file from one format to another. The NVEnc plugin for Aviutl can be used to encode video within the Aviutl video editor.
NVEnc is available for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 10. The program is free and open-source.
Here are some of the features of NVEnc:
- Transcoding support
- Support for various codecs, including H.264 and HEVC
- Image quality settings
- NVENC performance evaluation
If you are an NVIDIA graphics card user and want to test NVENC performance and image quality, then NVEnc is a great tool. The program is free and open-source, so you can try it out without any risks.
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