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Multicore Video Converter

Is there any free video converter that will utilize all 4 of a quad core processor threads (cores) or at least more than one? I am thinking about getting a Q6600, but if the extra two cores don't help much, I might just get an E8400.

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Why 3 cores are used.

1st for decode.
2nd for encode.
3rd for the os.
others for other apps you want to run.

So for now you see that 3 or more cores is pretty sweet.
Bob

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Which programs?

Which programs will use multiple cores to convert video and/or play video games?

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Did you really ask that?

"Which programs will use multiple cores to convert video and/or play video games?"

This reply box is far too small for me to list them all. Could you narrow the question?

Again, today's versions of Windows leverage the multiple cores in such a way that even a single core app sees a boost.
Bob

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Other choice
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super, videora

I know free video converter such as super, videora

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Best Video Converter I found

Is there any free video converter that will utilize all 4 of a quad core processor threads (cores) or at least more than one? I am thinking about getting a Q6600, but if the extra two cores don't help much, I might just get an E8400.

Hi there:

Based on my experiences using Video Converters, I am sure that Moyea Video Converter is the powerful tool in editing and converting any video files and it is compatible with various OS.
Moreover, the built-in multi-thread encoding technology makes the conversion speed faster than ever. It is estimated that you can save at least half time to convert a video with the same size.
Moyea Video Converter can be easily found via Google.

Best regards:

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