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HECV / h.265 codec playback support please !!

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ūüĎÄ ūü§ďRemember¬†those¬†frustrating times¬†when you were watching a video or a movie online and all of the sudden you experienced a loss of quality? Now it can be possible to¬†stream high-quality videos¬†in congested network environments in a¬†faster and virtuous¬†way. Conceived to boost video streaming,¬†High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), or¬†H.265, is a video compression standard designed to substantially improve coding efficiency when compared to its precedent, the Advanced Video Coding (AVC), or H.264. With an increasing growth of video streaming on the Internet over popular websites such as Netflix and YouTube, and with 4K cameras gaining new ground in the market, a considerable amount of storage and bandwidth is required. HEVC promises a 50% storage reduction as its algorithm uses efficient coding by encoding video at the lowest possible bit rate while maintaining a high image quality level. !!! ūüėÉūüėÉūüėÉ

-Ana Rodrigues, Medium.

 

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