FFmpeg 2.7 Adds New Acceleration Options, Better NVENC, Secure Transport
Written by Michael Larabel in Multimedia on 9 June 2015 at 09:29 PM EDT. 5 Comments
Version 2.7 of the FFmpeg open-source multimedia project was tagged today.

Highlights for the FFmpeg 2.7 release include an NVENC HEVC encoder for use with NVIDIA's binary driver, NVENC level and tier options, MMAL-accelerated H.264 encoding, Intel QSV-accelerated H.264 encoding, support for Secure Transport, a multi-part JPEG demuxer was added, Direct3D 11 accelerated decoding was added on Windows, VP9 high bit-depth and extended color-spaces decoding support, a TDSC decoder, FFT video filter, and numerous other changes.

FFmpeg 2.7 is available for download from FFmpeg.org.
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