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Badaboom Version 1.1.1
I want to view my videos on all my display devices. How can I do this?
It's simple. The Badaboom Media Converter formats video and audio files for a variety of devices using a process called transcoding. In the old days of video, there was broadcast television, VCRs, and that was about it; video came in very few flavors. With the proliferation of digital media players came a similar proliferation of video formats, making for widespread incompatibility. Badaboom is the solution to this incompatibility: it takes video files from any source and formats them for a wide variety of devices.
Elemental Technologies and NVIDIA change the way transcoding is done!
Elemental Technologies Badaboom Media Converter takes a fundamentally different approach. Instead of performing transcoding on the CPU, it harnesses the massively parallel NVIDIA GPUs in todays computers to perform the core transcoding operations. By utilizing the GPU, Badaboom transcoding not only runs much faster than CPU-based competitors but leaves the CPU available to process other tasks. This allow consumers to painlessly convert video between formats, allowing them to view home video content on their portable devices, or Media Center content on their Apple TV all in a convenient, intuitive application.
Which NVIDIA GPUs can use the Badaboom software?
Any CUDA-compatible NVIDIA GPUs can run Badaboom software. For a list of these GPUs, please see this NVIDIA site.
It's pretty darn simple. That's the whole goal: make getting media onto your portable device easy and fast.
1. Boot up the Badaboom Media Converter.
2. Under the "Source" column on the left, select an input video. This can be one of several types:
1. an unencrypted DVD - perhaps a family DVD movie you created with Adobe Premiere Elements or Apple iMovie;
2. a VIDEO_TS folder from your hard drive. VIDEO_TS folders replicate the file structure that DVDs use to store data, and there are many tools available that allow for backing up DVD content onto hard drive in VIDEO_TS folders.
3. a file on your computer (Badaboom currently supports a wide array of input files, find the list on the Products page)
3. Under the "Output" column on the right, select the type of device you want to view your video on. You can scroll through available devices by clicking on the triangles at the bottom of the column. The background of the device you choose will be highlighted in green, and you'll see your device reflected inthe middle of the interface.
4. Hit the "Start" button at the center of the bottom of the screen. You'll see frames from the selected video start whipping through your screen, as Badaboom harnesses your NVIDIA GPU to convert the video at unprecedented rates. Since the work is being done by your GPU, you'll still have CPU available for general computing tasks like email, word processing, and surfing the web. When the transcode completes, you'll have a video formatted for your device ready to go in your My Videos folder.
5. That's it. There are more custom settings available by hitting the "Advanced" button.
OK, I want more detail. What is transcoding exactly?
Todays consumers are no longer satisfied viewing their media on a single, fixed display. Instead, they want their content available wherever their busy lifestyle takes them. To support different devices, the video and audio files need to be formatted differently in terms of compression used, resolution, and bitrate. Converting media streams between different formats to support multiple devices is a process known as transcoding. Transcoding is one of most compute-intensive operations running on PCs today; transcoding a 2-hour movie, for example, can take many hours on a standard CPU processors. Furthermore, not only does the processing take a long time, but it consumes the computers processor resources for the entire time, rendering the machine unusable for other computing tasks.
How can you buy the Badaboom software?
Keep your eyes on the prize: the www.badaboomit.com website will have all the details as they emerge.
Whos behind Badaboom?
The parallel processing pros at www.elementaltechnologies.com. Do you work well in massively parallel environments? Do codecs get you all hot and bothered, in a good way? If so, we are looking for YOU to come create more killers apps with us!
No instructions with this ??? But it looks like you install, then copy the badaboom.exex overtop of the installed one.