Turbo.264 1.3 makes it even easier to upload your videos to YouTube,
with good quality and short upload times. Drag your source clip to
Turbo.264’s main window, and select YouTube from the encoding format
In the next window, click Add… to add your YouTube account information:
Enter your YouTube user name and password:
add Category, Title, Description, and Tag information to the clip you
want to encode. Don’t forget to specify your privacy settings. Click OK
to return to Turbo.264’s main window.
Click Start to encode. Once your clip has finished encoding, it is immediately uploaded to YouTube:
After the upload finishes, your browser opens to the My Account/Videos section of YouTube:
present, the YouTube web site takes some processing time to
additionally encode your clip into Flash (FLV) format. Once your video
is live and ready to share, the YouTube web page is updated with the
link to your clip.
DVD Chapter Markers
For unencrypted DVD sources, drag the VIDEO_TS folder to Turbo.264’s
main window and encode to iPod, iPhone or Apple TV format. With version
1.3, each DVD chapter will correspond to a QuickTime chapter in the
resulting file. This makes it much simpler to skip through an entire
Dolby Digital™ AC-3 Audio Passthrough for Apple TV Exports
When exporting to Apple TV format, for sources that contain Dolby
Digital™ AC-3 audio, the digital audio will be passed through into the
resulting file. Enjoy the multichannel audio experience on your
surround sound system connected to Apple TV. The sound quality is
identical to the digital original source.
QuickTime Broadcaster Support
Turbo.264 1.3 adds support for compressing live streaming video into
H.264 using QuickTime Broadcaster. The CPU load is much less than when
using software compression, and the quality is always 100%, no frames
Streaming is supported at 320x240 and 640x480
resolutions. To set up QuickTime Broadcaster for 320x240 streaming,
start with the built-in “DSL/Cable” preset, then change the Compressor
to “H.264 (Elgato Turbo.264)”. For 640x480, start with the built-in
In the example below, the usage case is to
stream live video from an iSight camera at 640x480 resolution over the
LAN to Leopard QuickTime Streaming Server. Consult the “QuickTime
Streaming and Broadcasting Administration” guide at Apple’s Mac OS X
Server Resources web page for more information on QuickTime Broadcaster
and QuickTime Streaming Server.
- A problem where some iMovie projects lost audio at the end of the clip has been resolved.
- A problem where encoded files larger than 2 GB had an incorrect aspect ratio has been fixed.
- Freebox HD recordings exported via the Turbo application now have sound.
- A problem with WMV files that were truncated or had an incorrect duration after exporting has been resolved.
- Turbo now supports .avi files with the WRAW codec.
- QuickTime Player Pro no longer displays multiple blank dialog windows when attempting to export without Turbo hardware.