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Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac

B&H # ELH264 Mfr # 10020196
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Product Highlights
  • Encodes Video for Apple TV, iPod, iPhone

The turbo.264 HD from Elgato Systems is a USB hardware accelerator for H.264 video encoding. It can be used to convert video for use on the Apple TV, iPod, iPhone, and other devices that support the MPEG-4 files encoded with H.264.

The turbo.264 HD uses dedicated hardware to compress video. Software-based conversion can take up to an hour for a 15-minute video; the turbo.264 HD cuts that time to less than 20 minutes. This is an excellent option for anyone who has video content that they would like to play on their Apple TV, iPod, or iPhone.

Converts video recorded with AVCHD camcorders
Extremely easy to use
Supports basic trim editing of video clips
Suitable for consumer and professional use
Supports direct video upload to YouTube
Increases compression performance in iMovie, QuickTime Pro, Final Cut Pro, and EyeTV
Video Formats Input: AVCHD Video, QuickTime, AVI, DV, WMV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2 Program/Transport Stream, MPEG-4, MP4, M4V, H.263, H.264 AVC, Xvid, VIDEO_TS

Output: H.264 in any of the following formats:

Apple TV
Video: H.264 Main Profile, 5Mbps max., 1280 x 720 pixels at 24fps max. or 960 x 540 pixels at 30fps max.
Audio: AAC-LC, stereo, 160kbps, 48kHz. When exporting to Apple TV format, for sources that contain Dolby Digital AC-3 audio, the digital audio will be passed through into the resulting file.

iPod High
Video: H.264 Baseline Profile Low-Complexity, 1.5Mbps max., 640 x 480 max., 30fps max.
Audio: AAC-LC, stereo, 128kbps, 48kHz. (Note: If the source movie is larger than 640 x 480 it will be scaled to fit within 640 x 480 preserving aspect ratio. Resolution is maintained if 640 x 480 or smaller. Frame rate is maintained when 30fps and smaller.)

iPod Standard
Video: H.264 Baseline Profile (up to Level 1.3), 768kbps max. 320 x 240 max., 30fps max.
Audio: AAC-LC, stereo, 128kbps, 48kHz. (Note: If the source movie is larger than 320 x 240 it will be scaled to fit within 320 x 240 preserving aspect ratio. Resolution is maintained if 320 x 240 or smaller. Frame rate is maintained when 30fps and smaller.)

iPhone
Video: H.264 Baseline Profile (up to Level 1.3), 900kbps max. 480 x 360 max., 30fps max.
Audio: AAC-LC, stereo, 128kbps, 48kHz. (Note: If the source movie is larger than 480 x 360 it will be scaled to fit within 480 x 360 preserving aspect ratio. Resolution is maintained if 480 x 360 or smaller. Frame rate is maintained when 30fps and smaller.)

Sony PSP
Video: H.264 Main Profile, 1.5Mbps, 480 x 270, 30fps.
Audio: AAC-LC, stereo, 128kbps, 48kHz. (Note: A source with 16:9 aspect ratio will produce a 480 x 270 destination movie while a 4:3 video results in a 362 x 272 file.)

YouTube
Video: H.264 Baseline Profile Low-Complexity, 1.5Mbps max., 640 x 480 max., 30fps max.
Audio: AAC-LC, stereo, 128kbps, 48kHz. (Note: If the source movie is larger than 640 x 480 it will be scaled to fit within 640 x 480 preserving aspect ratio. Resolution is maintained if 640 x 480 or smaller. Frame rate is maintained when 30fps and smaller.)

YouTube HD
Video: H.264 Main Profile, 5Mbps max., 1280 x 720 max., 30fps max.
Audio: AAC-LC, stereo, 128kbps, 48kHz. (Note: If the source movie is larger than 1280 x 720 it will be scaled to fit within 1280 x 720 preserving aspect ratio. Resolution is maintained if 1280 x 720 or smaller. Frame rate is maintained when 30fps and smaller.)

HD 720p
Video: H.264 Main Profile, 10Mbps max., 1280 x 720 pixels at 30fps max.
Audio: AAC-LC, stereo, 160kbps, 48kHz (Note: If the source movie is larger than 1280 x 720 it will be scaled to fit within 1280 x 720 preserving aspect ratio. Resolution is maintained if 1280 x 720 or smaller. Frame rate is maintained when 30fps and smaller.)

HD 1080p
Video: H.264 Main Profile, 10Mbps max., 1920 x 1080 pixels at 30fps max.
Audio: AAC-LC, stereo, 160kbps, 48kHz

Custom profiles
H.264 High Profile, 1080p, 30fps, 10Mbps max.
System Requirements Computer: Intel Mac
Operating System: Mac OS X 10.5.6
Memory: 512MB
Software: QuickTime 7.6
Hardware: USB 2.0 port
Dimensions (WxHxD) 1.2 x 0.39 x 2.9" (3 x 1 x 7.3cm)
Weight 0.04 lb (0.018kg)
Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac
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    Elgato Systemsturbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac
     
    4.0

    (based on 22 reviews)

    Ratings Distribution

    • 5 Stars

       

      (10)

    • 4 Stars

       

      (8)

    • 3 Stars

       

      (0)

    • 2 Stars

       

      (1)

    • 1 Stars

       

      (3)

    82%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

    Pros

    • Easy to use (16)
    • Easy to install (13)
    • Reliable (11)
    • Good graphics quality (5)
    • Highly compatible (3)

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Movies (9)
      • Multimedia (9)
      • Everyday (5)
      • Home movies (4)
        • Reviewer Profile:
        • Professional (8), Power user (5), Casual user (4)

      Most Liked Positive Review

       

      Shockly fast in iMovie but FCP Glitchy

      I am a vlogger with a Mac book with Intel Core 2 Duo running 4G or Ram bought May 2009. I edit H.264 HD content and export to 1080p but only 3000kbs. A...Read complete review

      I am a vlogger with a Mac book with Intel Core 2 Duo running 4G or Ram bought May 2009. I edit H.264 HD content and export to 1080p but only 3000kbs. A 5 min clip would, on average, take me 50min to an hour to export it now takes me 8-9 minutes!!

      I bought it just to increase my export time, which I am 5 star's happy with!!

      But I edit in FCP and I when I specify 1980 x 1080 it exports it as 1440 x 1080. It worked fine for a while but I can't seem to get it to switch back. BUT I can export to perfect specs in iMovie. I'm hoping I'll be able to figure out why when I put in specific dimensions it sometimes chooses to do 1440 x 1080. Thankfully I don't have to wait very long on the export to figure it out. AND it is only 5% of my clips that require multiple channels and the rest I can get by np in iMovie.

      I'm sure eventually I'll understand the exact right set of circumstances out side of the export settings that cause it to change to 1440 rather then 1980. I have faith because even with this glitch it has completely changed my work flow!

      VS

      Most Liked Negative Review

       

      Very disappointing experience

      After reading many positive review of the Elgato Turbo HD, I went ahead and purchased one but have now returned it after a very unsatisfactory experience, not helped much by Elgato themselves.Read complete review

      After reading many positive review of the Elgato Turbo HD, I went ahead and purchased one but have now returned it after a very unsatisfactory experience, not helped much by Elgato themselves.

      To cut a long story short, the Turbo HD was to provide a replacement for my much loved VisualHub software, which I use to convert material for my Apple TV. Basically it's now unsupported and I wanted something faster and which would be future-proofed.

      The Turbo HD proved completely unable to consistently convert HD MKV files to the ATV format (.M4v) without producing all manner of audio sync issues, often with differing results from encoding the exact same file. There seemed to be no difference whether or not it was the only app running, or whether the source and destination files where on external or local drives either.

      Elgato simply blamed the 'variability of the MKV format and the wide variety of audio/video the MKV format may contain', however VisualHub, a $20 bit of shareware manages to encode the exact same files perfectly time and again, although obviously slower.

      Sadly Elgato have not been any help, or even willing to discuss the matter, which is a shame given that this is not a cheap product, which just doesn't feel 'finished'.

      Reviewed by 22 customers

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      4.0

      Great Product

      By IB Creative

      from New York, NY

      About Me Casual User, Power user, Professional

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Install
      • Easy To Use
      • Reliable Performance

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Everyday use
        • Movies
        • Multimedia

        Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

        I use this to compress average size files, and the quality is equal to original

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        5.0

        My secret weapon.

        By firelinestudios

        from burbank, ca

        About Me Professional

        Pros

        • Amazingly fast encodes
        • Easy To Install
        • Easy To Use
        • Good Graphics Quality
        • Reliable Performance

        Cons

        • It's small
        • Needs a beltclip
        • Or you'll lose it

        Best Uses

        • Graphic Design
        • Movies
        • Multimedia

        Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

        This thing is amazing.
        If you've every tried to export a quicktime video from any application using the industy standard H.264, you know the export time is usually a 4:1 time ratio.(It takes 4 times as long to export whatever the length the video is)
        With this wonder device, I can encode at blazing speeds. Usually somewhere between 90 and 120 frames per SECOND (as opposed to 4 seconds per frame)
        Works with just about any incoming codec I can throw at it. Works especially great with ProRes.
        Long GOP video codecs are a bit slower but usually 200 - 400% faster than if you were not using the Turbo.
        While there is an extensive list of pre-sets included, EVERY single one of them is editable. You can create you own set of pre-sets and have them there when you need them.
        Batch rendering? Yes. Drop one video into the GUI, select your pre-set and then you can drop in any number of additional videos and they will all be set with the same settings. You can even join videos to make one long video from multiple ones.
        You cane select the destination the newly encoded video will be written to. Or leave it as "source Folder"
        The YouTube pre-set allows for encoding and automatic upload to your YT account. Super easy for big jobs. (Wish that Vimeo was also an option)
        I can't say enough good things about this.
        Highly recommended.
        (BTW: I lost mine on a recent job... I'm already missing it...that's why here again and why I'm making a request for beltclip.)

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        5.0

        An excellent purchase

        By Jase

        from Canada

        About Me Professional

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Install
        • Easy To Use
        • Good Graphics Quality
        • Reliable Performance

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Movies

          Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

          I've only used it a few times so far but the quality seems as good as compressor or the share to YouTube function which I use on occasion. What really shines is it's speed. It encodes int less than real time as opposed to the others which I find incredibly slow.

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          4.0

          Fast encoder

          By Steve

          from Montreal, Canada

          About Me Professional

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Install
          • Easy To Use
          • Reliable Performance

          Cons

          • Color shift

          Best Uses

          • Everyday use

          Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

          I have to compress video for a news agency. And It's has to fast and clean. This is the fastest way to compress a MP4 file. Almost faster then realtime.
          What I like about the Elgato is I can compress while I'm editing another video. On the down side, You can see minor color shift on your compress file.

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          5.0

          Great little gaget

          By SputnickUSA

          from Utah

          About Me Graphic designer, Power user, Professional

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Fast encoding
          • Reliable Performance

          Cons

          • Needs to be skinnier

          Best Uses

          • Everyday use
          • Movies
          • Multimedia

          Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

          I am a audio video professional, and if you encode H264 you need this little gem! It cuts encoding time for me 99% I Love this thing. Great quaility for all your H264 needs.l

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          5.0

          Blazing Speed

          By Rifty

          from SF Bay Area

          About Me Professional

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Install
          • Easy To Use
          • Reliable Performance

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Multimedia

            Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

            Converts.avi files super fast. It compressed QT movies quickly and easily, and the interface is very user friendly. This gear works great !

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            5.0

            Screams

            By Rk

            from phoenix, az

            About Me Casual User

            Verified Buyer

            Pros

            • Easy To Install
            • Easy To Use
            • Good Graphics Quality
            • Reliable Performance

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Everyday use
              • IPad tv
              • Movies
              • Multimedia

              Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

              Ipad even streams better, I can convert files much faster
              Speed =$. It's not the cheapest but the best I've used

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              4.0

              FAST

              By Turbo.264 owner

              from The great northwest

              About Me Power user

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Easy To Install
              • Easy To Use
              • Fast Fast Fast

              Cons

              • Poor Graphics Quality

              Best Uses

              • Movies
              • Quality not important

              Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

              I own both the standard and HD version of the turbo.264 usb encoders. I would definitely say the HD version is faster. Unfortunately the quality isn't on par with software like Handbrake. Video is a little more fuzzy in comparison. Although i believe elgato has improved quality a bit, the real reason to own one of these is for quick compression often shaving 50% or more off my CPU compression times.

              Hardware:
              Mac Mini 2.66 w/ 8GB RAM

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              1.0

              Turbo 264 HD Slower than Quick Time X

              By Pure Baseball

              from Secaucus NJ

              About Me Professional

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • None

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • None

                Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                With todays computers and QT X the turbo 264 is not needed the same file renedered to H264 in QT X was 3 times faster than the Turbo 264. Waste of money if you own a new Mac with QT X.

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                5.0

                turbo.264 does what it promises

                By mhartel

                from NYC

                About Me Cinephile, Graphic designer, Power user

                Verified Buyer

                Pros

                • Easy To Install
                • Easy To Use
                • Good Graphics Quality
                • Reliable Performance

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Everyday use
                  • Movies
                  • Multimedia

                  Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                  I previously owned the non-HD version of the Elgato turbo, which improved video encoding speeds for older Macs. I got the newer HD version to take some of the CPU stress of my home theater mac.

                  The HD version adds a considerable speed bump to my multimedia/tv computer, a Core2Duo 2.33GHz Mac mini with 4GB of RAM. on average encoding with the turbo.264 is up to 100% faster than say Handbrake, depending on the source material and takes 50% load of the CPU, which makes the computer run cooler and more efficient. The video quality is just as good as Handbrake on a 42" HDTV. excellent value for a small price.

                  on a side note, the encoder does not show any gain on a faster Mac (I tested this with a 2.93GHz Quad Xeon machine, 12GB RAM)

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                  5.0

                  Turbo.264 HD

                  By Dietero

                  from Topsham ME

                  About Me Casual User

                  Verified Buyer

                  Pros

                  • Easy To Install
                  • Easy To Use
                  • Good Graphics Quality
                  • Reliable Performance

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Movies
                    • Multimedia

                    Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                    Video editing for iPods and distribution.

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                    1.0

                    Poor Audio Sync on Some HD Videos

                    By TT

                    from Chicago, IL

                    About Me Professional, Technology Professional

                    Verified Reviewer

                    Pros

                    • Easy To Install
                    • Easy To Use

                    Cons

                    • Poor HD Audio Sync
                    • Unreliable Performance

                    Best Uses

                    • SD Video Encoding

                    Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                    I mainly use this product to encode HD videos edited in Final Cut Pro. On most of these HD videos, the audio becomes out of sync after encoding the video with the Turbo.264 HD. When I play the original QuickTime file output from Final Cut Pro, the audio is fine. Again, my input file is an HD video, and the output is an HD H.264 video. The video files range from a few minutes to a couple hours in length. The audio in the encoded output file is out of sync by about 1-2 seconds toward the end of the videos.

                    I've reported this to Elgato and uploaded a sample video file for them to analyze. As of December 11, 2010, they still do not have a version of the software that synchronizes the audio properly on these HD videos. I'm using the production release version 1.1.1.

                    Standard Definition videos never seem to have audio sync problems, so this product is good for SD. But I've had very low success rates with HD video encodes.

                    Be warned that you could encounter this problem too. I saw other reviewers on other web sites talk about this audio sync issue, and now I know what they were talking about. I only use this product for SD video encoding. HD video audio sync is totally unreliable.

                    I've used this product for several months now, and it is worthless for HD video encodes due to the audio sync issues. I am seeking a different H.264 hardware encoder now.

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                    5.0

                    Great product

                    By PDQuilter

                    from Scott Depot, WV

                    About Me Casual User

                    Verified Buyer

                    Pros

                    • Easy To Install
                    • Easy To Use
                    • Reliable Performance

                    Cons

                      Best Uses

                      • Multimedia

                      Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                      The Turbo.264 works great in streaming video to the iPad and iPhone. I now have a constant signal and can watch without restarting.

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                      4.0

                      Good speed increase

                      By Rusty

                      from SoCal

                      About Me Cinephile, Power user

                      Verified Buyer

                      Pros

                      • Easy To Install
                      • Easy To Use
                      • Reliable Performance

                      Cons

                        Best Uses

                        • Movies
                        • Multimedia

                        Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                        I use the turbo 264 to transcode my eyetv recodings to my appletv and ipods. It speeds up the process considerably, probably about 2x. Also takes a bog load off my Macbookpro, so it is freed up for other tasks.

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                        5.0

                        Works well

                        By The Effectsmeister

                        from Cheyenne, WY

                        About Me Hobbyist

                        Verified Buyer

                        Pros

                        • Compact Design
                        • Easy To Use
                        • Highly Compatible
                        • Improves Performance
                        • Professional Quality

                        Cons

                          Best Uses

                          • Home Movies
                          • In The Studio

                          Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                          The elgato performs as advertised. It will quickly turn your video files into H.264 and they'll be playable on your iPad, iPod or iPhone. It will process a 1GB file in about 12min.

                          Enjoy.

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                          • No

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                          5.0

                          Worth every penny

                          By filmmakerjoseph

                          from Mission Hills, California

                          About Me Professional Artist

                          Verified Buyer

                          Pros

                          • Compact Design
                          • Easy To Use
                          • Improves Performance
                          • Professional Quality

                          Cons

                            Best Uses

                            • Home Movies
                            • In The Studio

                            Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                            I first read about in a video magazine. I love my Mac and this little tool helps keep my Mac from working harder than it has too. It's great!

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                            2.0

                            Maybe a good idea a few years ago

                            By allstonma

                            from Allston, Ma

                            About Me Business Owner, Professional Artist

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • Easy To Use
                            • Highly Compatible

                            Cons

                            • Poor Performance

                            Best Uses

                            • Home Movies

                            Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                            Works as advertised and has very good quicktime integration. Having said this, compression to H264 is slower than my 2 year old intel mac. Might be useful to someone with an older machine who needs a speed boost.

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                            4.0

                            Quick, Great Quality and Cost Effective

                            By Paul C.

                            from Western MA

                            About Me Quality Oriented

                            Verified Buyer

                            Pros

                            • Easy To Install
                            • Highly Compatible
                            • High Quality

                            Cons

                              Best Uses

                              • High-End Multimedia

                              Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                              Works well as standalone encoder or within Apple Compressor. Great for quick encodes that rival 2-pass quality in half the time. Easy to install and run, frees up processor power for other tasks while encoding. All of my PCIe slots are full so it's an excellent alternative to an internal card like the Matrox CompressHD, which costs much more.

                              Great, simple software features allow for tweaking of settings, as well as combining or editing clips.

                              • Primary use:
                              • Personal

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                              4.0

                              Shockly fast in iMovie but FCP Glitchy

                              By Nicole Scooter

                              from Taipei, Taiwan

                              About Me Business Owner

                              Verified Buyer

                              Pros

                              • Improves Performance
                              • Speeds Up Work Flow

                              Cons

                              • Glitchly

                              Best Uses

                              • Home Movies

                              Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                              I am a vlogger with a Mac book with Intel Core 2 Duo running 4G or Ram bought May 2009. I edit H.264 HD content and export to 1080p but only 3000kbs. A 5 min clip would, on average, take me 50min to an hour to export it now takes me 8-9 minutes!!

                              I bought it just to increase my export time, which I am 5 star's happy with!!

                              But I edit in FCP and I when I specify 1980 x 1080 it exports it as 1440 x 1080. It worked fine for a while but I can't seem to get it to switch back. BUT I can export to perfect specs in iMovie. I'm hoping I'll be able to figure out why when I put in specific dimensions it sometimes chooses to do 1440 x 1080. Thankfully I don't have to wait very long on the export to figure it out. AND it is only 5% of my clips that require multiple channels and the rest I can get by np in iMovie.

                              I'm sure eventually I'll understand the exact right set of circumstances out side of the export settings that cause it to change to 1440 rather then 1980. I have faith because even with this glitch it has completely changed my work flow!

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                              4.0

                              Very Fast

                              By Kauri

                              from Auckland, NZ

                              Verified Buyer

                              Pros

                              • Fast
                              • Good price
                              • Great Support

                              Cons

                              • None really I'm loving it

                              Best Uses

                              • AVCHD
                              • AVI
                              • DV
                              • MKV

                              Comments about Elgato Systems turbo.264 HD USB H.264 Video Encoder for Mac:

                              [...] The h264 HD Turbo is proving pretty good, I'm currently using a BETA software release from the nice folks at Elgato because the official current version of software is having a few issues with .MKV encodes with audio going out of sync, but this seems to have sorted that issue out.I get around 90-120 FPS on .AVI around 80 FPS on MKV and HDV I'll be trying out shortly, I output using the standard AppleTV preset straight to my AppleTV and the HIgh Def looks great not alot different than the source material, I'm using a slightly older MacBook Pro from early 2007 (core2duo 2.33gHz) I'd recommend buying this is a great price and you'll have a nice experience with this company Elgato, great support and you'll soon become a fan of B&H Photo, if you're not already - fantastic company trust me, I'm hooked.

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