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i have a PCIE Hardware Encoder, that i used for video gameplay stream,

the Avermedia Live Gamer HD (C985) http://www.avermedia.com/Product/ProductDetail.aspx?Id=571

So if i used the new XSplit 1.1, in CODEC settings, i can choose "Avermedia Encoder" and if i use the official app RECentral it takes advantage of the hardware encoder too, that's means much faster encoder and almost no cpu usage,

so i was wondering, is there any way to take advantage of this, on others applications? like video converters, Adobe Premiere or Adobe After Effects? or even apps that do transcode?

Greetings

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No. Since there is no API standard for hardware media encoders, each encoding library will need its own way to access the encoder.

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