Errr.. utilizing all the cores doesn't magically make the quality of video great. It only affects the speed at which encoding takes place. It has nothing to do with the quality. Its the codec and the related parameters which decide the quality of the video.....VisyalHub are slow but as QT utlilizes all the cores of your processor the quality of the encoded video is great
goobimama said:have you added the network name to your 'preferred networks'?
I have taken a look at the same video encoded with a single core processor and a dual core processor. Besides the decrease in speed the quality of the encoded video is improved with a 2 core processor.
I still find it arguable that uni/multi cores bring any 'Quality' difference at all. Difference should be only about time.gxsaurav said:The quality of video doesn't depend on CPU cores or multi CPU. It depends on the source file, source resolution etc. However, with multiple CPU you can render a video with many filters applied faster & easily so yeah, that could improve the quality.