Intel Quick Sync QSV- Hardware accelerate h.264 encoding

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The price of Camtasia seems a bit high I was tired to searching for a screen cap and editing software and I know this one worked because other admins in my office use it. I was kind of surprised to export my first video and see how long it took to encode and that it was using all of the CPU cores. 
I'm really surprised to find Camtasia does not support Intel Quick Sync. Why not? All of the libraries are free and it's not like you have to re-write your program to take advantage of this. The free and open source trans coder Handbreak has had support for QSV for quite sometime. They even support h.265 QSV.

Why can't you add Quick Sync?

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That's not really the point. The question is why don't you support hardware encoding with Intel QuickSync. If you don't know what this is or why it would be beneficial look it up on Google. Google has all the answers and benchmarks you could ever need to know about it.
https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/architecture-and-technology/quick-sync-video/quick-sync-vide...

I find it hard to believe a maker of video software like this is unaware QVS or other hardware accelerated encoding options from AMD and Nvidia.


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So.. you're still not answering the question of why Camtasia does not support Intel Quick sync.

I have no idea what you are rambling about Handbreak supporting QVS from nVidia.. err.. or how that relates to any of this.. but ok.. I'm talking about QSV Quick Sync Vidio, an Intel ONLY technology.

I'm talking about QSV.. QSSSSSSV god.. i love people like you.

Please know what you're talking about before you open your mouth.

https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1CHBF_enUS796US796&ei=SScIXOaQC6HEjwT6vpGwDQ&q=intel+QSV...


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Where did Nimble Streamer come from in this conversion.

Anyway.. Anyone from Techsmith care to comment? Hardware encoding?