- The video encoding hardware built into GeForce GPUs is getting a small boost.
- Previously, the NVENC encoder built into GeForce GPUs could encode up to three video streams simultaneously.
- Now, most GPUs supported by Nvidia's current drivers can encode up to five streams of video simultaneously, unlocking capabilities that had always been present in the hardware but that were software-limited in consumer GPUs.
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