This tutorial shows how to setup Intel® Quick Sync Video on desktop PC without need to connect a monitor to Intel HD graphics card. The tutorial is designed for all desktop computers with Intel® processors supporting Intel® Quick Sync Video technology and with additional NVIDIA or AMD PCI-E graphics card installed.
Requirements to setup Intel Quick Sync Video on desktop PC with additional PCI-E graphics card:
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Please follow the steps below to setup your PC to make Intel Quick Sync Video technology available in Action!
Check if your CPU model supports Intel Quick Sync Video technology. You can check your desktop processor model graphics specifications at Intel website:
Check your PC BIOS User Manual or instructions to see how to enable Intel integrated graphics (iGPU). Enable Intel graphics and save BIOS changes.
It is strongly recommended to install the latest Intel graphics drivers available for your Intel HD graphics card model. Intel Quick Sync Video acceleration may be not available or may work incorrectly with old graphics drivers.
Click with mouse right button on the desktop to show menu and select Screen Resolution.
Click Detect button to detect inactive video outputs.
Select detected display output for Intel® HD Graphics and select "Try to connect anyway on VGA" from Multiple displays" dropdown.
Click Apply button before making any additional changes.
Select your main display and select "Extend these displays" from Multiple displays dropdown.
Click Apply button and Keep changes.
Your displays setup should look similar like on the picture below. Click OK button to close Screen Resolution settings.
Run Action! and check File format settings in Video Recording tab. MP4 (Intel Quick Sync Video) should be now available.
Open Action! Export Settings and check Use hardware acceleration for video encoding, Intel Quick Sync Video acceleration should be now available.
If Intel® Quick Sync Video is still not available, please make sure your hardware supports this technology, install the latest drivers or try to enable Intel® Quick Sync Video with following tutorial.