No, it accelerates playback, but there is no guarantee all formats will play back in real time. Too much depends on other system components and your source material.
If you have a great engine, like the Bugatti Veyron with over 1000 HP, that does not mean that that your bike will go any faster.
Exports are not accelerated either. All the encoding/decoding is done by the CPU.
All that is accelerated is scaling, deinterlacing and some effects/transitions/
Interesting, so why do I see any given system running the MPE exporting faster with MPE on as opposed to it off?
Exporting from what to what? Details please. What is your source of information? How was it measured?
To answer your question - yes, MPE speeds up all formats.
MPE is three things
- 64 bit native application (everyone gets this)
- 64 bit memory addressing (everyone gets this)
- GPU hardware acceleration (only for people who put in qualifying NVIDIA CUDA graphics cards)
The first two are the most important and the ones that relate to your question.
Hope this helps,
Watched a program on TV about that car (land rocket!) recently... set a new speed record for a production car (actually faster than an F1 race car!) and with a set of tires that only lasts about 6,000 miles and costs 17,000 thousand dollars for a set of four... of course, when you pay 2.5 million dollars for the car, 17k for a set of tires is not much (this was the Veyron Sport, which is faster and more $$ than the "regular" Veyron)