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New H.265 codec on test - ProRes 4444 quality for 1% of the file size


Andrew Reid

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CineMartin are the first company I know of to give us H.265 HEVC (High Efficiency Video Encoding) conversion with the just-announced CINEC v2.7. It supports up to 4K resolution and you can try

"Cinemartin say in their tests a ProRes 4:4:4 video of 590MB was converted to H.265 HEVC with CINEC 2.7 to an output video of 4.9MB with little or no noticeable differences in image quality."   That

the concept of a world where you can deliver amazing image quality on netflix is blowing my mind  :blink:

iPhone 6 and Samsung NX1 already have support for it. HEVC also comes in a bunch of flavours. See here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Efficiency_Video_Coding#Profiles

 

And if you're really hardcore you can crack up the bitrates with the Tiers.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Efficiency_Video_Coding#Tiers_and_levels

 

Lots of potential there methinks :-)

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