Exporting audio from Turbo Play will ask you for a destination file
and audio parameters, including sample rate, number of channels, and a quality (if using a lossy compression like MP3). If the export is to a target that supports only up to 2 channels (like MP3 or AAC), Turbo Play will mix the entire sequence to 2 channels. Choose FLAC to export a multi-channel audio file.
Exporting is done by hardware-accelerated encoding using Media Foundation which will use your GFX power for faster results.
Exporting video from Turbo Play will ask you for:
- A destination file
- The library to use for encoding. If you have a newer GFX card, using the hardware-accelerated Media Foundation is the best choice to export to MP4. If you need more output file types support or your GFX card is older, you can use FFmpeg. Note that even though FFmpeg includes support for hardware encoding, encoding with FFmpeg will always be slower due to the fact that the data has to be piped frame-by-frame to it.
- A compression codec. H264, H265, VP80, VP90 and WMV can be used with or without hardware GFX support.
- Video parameters (Size, Fps, Quality, Bitrate, Speed, Number of threads etc)
- Whether imported videos are to be stabilized. You can use either Media Foundation or FFmpeg-based stabilization.
- Audio parameters
In addition to audio and video, Turbo Play can also export MIDI, subtitles, or MusicXML.