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Intel® Quick Sync Video

Work faster and smarter

Work Faster and Smarter

Part of the suite of Built-in Visuals in all 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors, Intel® Quick Sync Video saves your customers both time and money by converting video in minutes instead of hours – without the cost of special media conversion hardware or software. PCs with Intel® Quick Sync Video can convert HD video content for a handheld device twice as fast as PCs based on previous generation Intel® Core™ processors.1

With Intel Quick Sync Video Technology, it’s easy and fast for your customers to:

  • Create DVDs or Blu-ray* discs
  • Edit videos
  • Convert video files from their PC for a portable media player
  • Convert videos to upload to their favorite social networking sites

Intel Visual Technology Demo

Intel Visual Technology Demo

See what makes video processing so fast on 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processor.

How Intel Quick Sync Video Technology works

Video content is typically compressed and encoded into a specific format when it is stored on hard drives, DVDs, camcorders, cell phones, or broadcast media. When you want to play that content, burn it onto a DVD or Blu-ray disc, or copy it to your phone, it must first be decoded and then re-encoded in a new format, a resource- and time-intensive process. Intel Quick Sync Video accelerates decoding and encoding for a significantly faster conversion time, while also enabling the processor to complete other tasks, improving overall PC performance.2

Intel® Quick Sync Video


Tell your customers to put Intel® Quick Sync Video to the test

Many independent software vendors (ISVs) have begun optimizing their products for this new technology, including:

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