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    So I was on Nvidia's site the other day and they have this software called badaboom. It uses the GPU to convert videos. It works really well from what I have tried, but at work we need something that can convert videos from .avi to .flv, would anyone know of software that does this? I cant seem to find anything that does. We use an adobe software right now but it is not cuda enabled. This could cut our conversion times to a fraction of what they are now.

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    Re: Cuda enabled flash converter?

    YouTube? :)
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      So I have been looking at ffmpeg, it seems like a great piece of software. Only problem is I dont know the first thing about compiling for use on a windows machine. Does anyone know how to compile ffmpeg with hardware (GPU) acceleration for a windows box?

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        Re: Cuda enabled flash converter?

        MrShawn, I don't know if you still need help but I'd look into MeGui. It is ffmpeg with a gui and already built for windows and it's free. It takes some getting used to so I'd give it a try and mess with the settings a lot.

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