Yes, the Intel Arc A380 encodes video! Wow! Easy Peasy!
Phew! That was an easy article! Pack it up boys, girls and synths! It’s time to move on to the next article! :D – S
As Covid, chip shortage, cryptocurrency, and video card prices got crazy stupid in 2022. We witnessed businesses spend $450 on a Geforce 1050ti (normally $125 at the time) because they needed SOMETHING to work with Adobe products. Getting 30xx series Nvidia card was just about $2,000 which given it was supposed to come at an initial price point of $600 the world of 3-d graphics cards was undoubtedly a stupid time! Now, these companies claim that they learned from their mistakes and will start building chip companies in different countries around the world instead of coming from a single location which sounds great and all. But that unfortunately will not be tested until we get another incident that shits out the entire world economy or shipping industry.
But then, out from the shadows of onboard laptop graphics chipsets. Intel announced the “ARC” series. An affordable graphics card that is good for gaming and applications. This article is going to focus a lot more on the video editing side of the ARC as it seems to shine better than the gaming side of things.
Would you like to know more? Read on!