FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate is equipped with GPU acceleration, which helps to improve the video converting speed.
What is GPU acceleration?
GPU, also called the graphics processing unit, is a specialized electronic circuit designed to perform rapid mathematical calculations of rendering images. It is extensively applied in video editing and image processing. It offloads the tasks from CPU and frees up the processing power, improving the application's performance.
In short, by enabling GPU acceleration for FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate, you can have the videos converted and exported faster.
How to Enable GPU Acceleration for FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate？
Here is how to enable GPU acceleration for FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate on Windows 10 as an example.
Step 1: Download the GPU Acceleration on Computer
When you launch the video converter on your computer, a prompt will remind you to install the AMD Graphic Driver. Follow the instruction to learn more and install.
Next, right-click on the desktop > Display Settings > Advanced display settings.
You will see the display information that shows it is connected to AMD Vega 8 Graphics. Click Display adapter properties for Display 1 and you can check the Chip Type as well.
Some computers may already have built-in Intel graphic drivers. No matter which one you use, just make sure you update the graphic driver to the newest version.
Step 2: Enable GPU Acceleration on FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate
Now, run FonePaw Video Converter Ultimate on your computer and click on the Menu button in the top right corner. Select Preferences and switch to the Convert tab and you will see three options: Enable NVIDIA/Intel App/AMD App Acceleration.
Choose the accelerator of your computer > OK.