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Turbo.264 HD is the fastest, easiest way to convert videos for your iPad & Mac. From AVCHD camcorders, DLSR & Digicam videos, to nearly any other kind of video file (including 1080p and 720p downloads, MKV files, AVI files and many more), Turbo.264 HD can handle them all!
Turbo.264 HD converts video to the Mac-friendly, universal H.264 format – ideal for playback on an iPad, iPhone, and AppleTV. Turbo.264 HD is the best way to quickly generate and share home movies with family and friends on an iPad or on YouTube, or fine-tune in an iMovie project.!
Use the converter software on its own or with the included hardware accelerator. The hardware accelerator connects via USB and acts as a “co-processor” to accelerate video conversion – especially on slower Macs. It also accelerates the delivery of EyeTV recordings to iPhone and iPad, and maximizes the live TV picture quality of the EyeTV app.
As someone who works in video a lot, having this hardware encoder saves me a tremendous amount of time. It provides a way to compress video into the popular h. Read morePublished on 7 Sep 2012 by Jeremy
If you have to encode H264 on your Mac, and I'm lucky enough to have an eight core Mac Pro, you'll know what a tedious job processing the various QuickTime formats to this codec... Read morePublished on 3 Mar 2012 by brightspark
It is noticeably faster and uses less CPU on my 2.66 iMac which is the reason I got it. Very easy to use. It's not blindingly fast and uses up a USB slot but that's OK. Read morePublished on 4 Aug 2011 by Hubie
Whilst I realised a 2 x Quad 2.8ghz Mac Pro (3,1) with 16gb RAM was not going to get a 500% boost from the Turbo. Read morePublished on 30 July 2011 by A. Carter-Inman
It is very hard to recommend this product in it's current configuration
As an accelerator for viewing content on Elgato iPad/iPhone app it works well
As an... Read more
This is excellent for what I want, converting movies for my PSP.
But it's not super mega fast at encoding, if you're doing say 3+ movies they you need to leave it to do... Read more