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Mocarg Moderator says
http://techcrunch.com/2013/01/25/h265-is-approved/

Excited? :)

p.s. another reason to switch to mp4 for previews rather then flv :P

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didgi says

Yes,i’ve read about this a couple of month ago.It sounds promising.

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modeon says

wow. Is there any test about it?

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modeon says

I have found this : ) Thank you for info Mocarg

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3Ddym says

Wow, this is awesome!

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felt_tips Moderator says

Sounds cool, but I don’t think it’ll be quite the game changer that h.264 was, somehow.

Sounds like you basically get a similar subjective quality for about half the data rate.

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MographMark says

I hope I’m not the only one shrieking at the render times when 4k becomes the standard :S

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5p1r17 says

Sounds cool, but I don’t think it’ll be quite the game changer that h.264 was, somehow. Sounds like you basically get a similar subjective quality for about half the data rate.

But that’s a point of 265… Same size, twice better picture quality(or vice versa). IMHO, this is a big step in a video codec world….

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AndrVlad says

Hope so. Article from the link above does not say much about quality. And personaly I don’t think it’s feasible to have twice smaler size for the same quality based on fact that it has to run on phones/tablets with still less processor power. But will see.

Btw, I have a question. Does anyone encoded 4K into H.264 with Quicktime? When I tried, it pop up with error so I was able to do Photo JPEG only.

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felt_tips Moderator says

Hope so. Article from the link above does not say much about quality. And personaly I don’t think it’s feasible to have twice smaler size for the same quality based on fact that it has to run on phones/tablets with still less processor power. But will see.

Btw, I have a question. Does anyone encoded 4K into H.264 with Quicktime? When I tried, it pop up with error so I was able to do Photo JPEG only.

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There’ll be a lot more strain on the processor than with h.264. But processors have come quite a way since h.264 was published… and more to the point, as I understand it GPUs are able to decode / encode h.264 in hardware… that’s quite a big change…. and the joy of having a standard in the first place!

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