6X Faster Speed with NVIDIA® CUDA™ Technology


What is CUDA?

CUDA, Compute Unified Device Architecture, is a parallel computing platform and programming model invented by NVIDIA. It harnesses the power of graphics processing unit (GPU) to improve computer performance. The CUDA platform is powerful for it enables direct access to CPU's parallel computational elements and virtual instruction set.

The Wide Use of CUDA

CUDA has been adopted by thousands of applications. Now it has over 500 million CUDA-enabled GPUs working in compute clusters, supercomputers, notebooks and workstations. Many famous companies including Adobe, MathWorks, Autodesk, ANSYS, and Wolfram Research are using this technology to make full use of the power of the so-called sleeping giant - GPU.

What Can CUDA Do?

As the development of display card, the performance of GPU becomes more and more powerful, and even surpasses the performance of CPU in some fields. So it will be a great waste of GPU if it is merely used for image processing. So NVIDIA released the CUDA technology, which expands functions of GPU greatly.

Since it was introduced, CUDA has caught Aiseesoft Studio's great interests and attentions. Our programmers redesigned our products for CUDA and improve the video encoding & decoding performance tremendously. Then you can enjoy a furious conversion speed on your computer with a CUDA-enabled GPU.

Tested by our programmers, the converting speed of the software with NVIDIA® CUDA™ technology is 6X higher than the old software. The graphic below shows all data in details.


Supported NVIDIA products

For desktop:

GeForce GTX 980 Ti
GeForce GTX 980
GeForce GTX 970
GeForce GTX 960
GeForce GTX 950

For Laptops:

GeForce GTX 750 Ti
GeForce GT 740
GeForce GT 730
GeForce GT 720
GeForce GT 610
GeForce 210

For notebook:

GeForce GTX 980
GeForce GTX 980M
GeForce GTX 970M
GeForce GTX 965M
GeForce GTX 960M
GeForce GTX 950M
GeForce GTX 880M
GeForce GTX 870M
GeForce GTX 860M
GeForce GTX 850M
GeForce 940M
GeForce 930M
GeForce 840M
GeForce 830M
GeForce GTX 780M
GeForce GTX 770M
GeForce GTX 765M
GeForce GTX 760M
GeForce GT 755M
GeForce GT 750M
GeForce GT 745M
GeForce GT 740M
GeForce GT 735M
GeForce GT 730M
GeForce GT 720M
GeForce 710M
GeForce 705M
GeForce 610M

Note: All the Supported Graphics Card we provide above is just the reference. For the specific acceleration statement with NVIDIA® CUDA™ technology, please take NVIDIA official site as the standard.


NVIDIA NVENC is another powerful video encoding technology developed by NVIDIA since CUDA. It was introduced with the Kepler-based GeForce 600 series in March 2012, which could use NVIDIA graphics card to encode the stream rather than CPU. When using dedicated hardware for video encoding and decoding, the CUDA cores and system CPU are free to run other compute-intensive tasks. Compared with the CUDA-based or CPU-based encoders, GPU-based NVENC can provide higher quality video encoding.

What does NVENC use for?

Screen recording

NVIDIA NVENC acceleration can help you to record smooth screen activity in high video quality. The recorded video will keep exactly the original image quality. In addition, NVENC will only take very low CPU usage. You are able to improve the recording ability by using the GPU of the graphics card.

Convert video to other formats

Besides HD video recording, NVENC also can assist you to convert video to other formats. It enables you to convert the target video in high speed, with a high compression ratio, and in high quality.

Live Streaming

NVIDIA NVENC enables you to achieve Live Stream with high definition image quality smoothly. It has the capability to take low resources usage and provide high video quality.

Play game and record gameplay

With the powerful NVENC acceleration technology, you can easily get a fantastic gaming experience. Moreover, it allows you to record HD gameplay video. And the whole recording process won't affect players' game experience.

Supported GPUs

High Performance Computing and Hyperscale Accelerators Tesla K10, K20, K40, K80, M4, M40, M6, M60, and newer
Desktop and Workstation Quadro K2000, K2200, K4000, K4200, K5000, K5200, K6000, M4000, M5000, M6000, and newer
Mobile Workstation Quadro K2000M, M2000M, K5000M, and newer
Cloud Gaming, Virtual Desktops, and Cloud Enterprise GRID K1, K2, K340, K520, M30, M40, and newer
Desktop and Mobile Computers GeForce (Kepler & Maxwell GPUs only)

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June 15, 2018 14:16 / Updated by to Convert Video

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