Video: Introduction to Media eXperience Analyzer (MXA) - Part 6 - Audio Offload

In this episode of Defrag Tools, Chad Beeder and Jorge Novillo discuss a power saving feature in Windows: hardware offloading of Audio Processing Objects (APOs). We demonstrate how to use Media eXperience Analyzer (MXA) to determine whether audio offload is working on a given system.

Additional Resources:

Implementing Hardware Offloaded APO Effects
Windows 8.1 Audio streaming - Part 2: Power savings via H/W offload
What's New in Audio for Windows 10

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Thanks,

The WinHEC Team

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