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Microsoft Patents GPU-Accelerated Video Encoding

October 12th, 2010 10:50 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “Microsoft has just received a patent that grants the company the rights to GPU-accelerated video encoding, which may be the primary technology that takes advantage of the horsepower of the GPU in today’s consumer applications. The broad patent covers tasks to perform motion estimation in videos, the use of the depth buffer of the GPU, to determine comprising, collocating video frames, mapping pixels to texels, frame processing using the GPU, and output of data to the CPU.”

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