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What's the best component to study in order to use GPU for hardware video encoding/decoding?

where can I find tutorial, documentation?

thank you
Updated 13-May-12 22:15pm
Richard MacCutchan 14-May-12 4:23am    
Have you tried Google?
druscelli 14-May-12 4:28am    
yes very much!!! but on google I found a lot of material and don't know what's suitable for me.

And I didn't find a valid simple tutorial. Just general informations.
Richard MacCutchan 14-May-12 4:46am    
Well we don't know what's best for you either, you need to study the different materials and decide which one fits your needs.
druscelli 14-May-12 4:52am    
do you have some simple tutorials?
Richard MacCutchan 14-May-12 6:03am    
No, Google has.

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Sign up at ATI and NVidia as a developer for OpenCL, CUDA, etc... and you'll gain access to sample code from their SDKs. These include encoder/decoder examples.

When in doubt, go to the folks that manufacture the technology and sit on the standards boards.
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enhzflep 14-May-12 14:10pm    
On a side note, I see that NVidia has recently decided to OpenSource CUDA!
JackDingler 14-May-12 14:20pm    
druscelli 15-May-12 2:42am    
what about DXVA? I didn't find a decent tutorial, just general info.

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