While such tests do not screen capture, or at least be backed with video examples, they are not very credible.
Each encoder that runs only on the CPU can be set so that it operates in real time or faster. Then what comes out, but is not the highest possible quality.
I remember only s.den encoder of ATI has the MPEG2 file, faster than spit out the quad-core in the system, but they looked awful (yes, here is some time, but that's just a negative example).
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A fast encoding is of course a good thing. But there would be much more important that support CUDA massive synonymous to the timeline operations in native AVCHD editing. 'm Still not clear about whether this is the case, but I do believe it is already.