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Tag: H.265

Cinemartin Plin Plugin For NLEs & Adobe Premiere to Export to ProRes 4444 & HEVC H.265:

Cinemartin Plin Plugin For NLEs & Adobe Premiere to Export to ProRes 4444 & HEVC H.265:

Cinemartin makers of the Cinemartin Cinec encoder video converter software that accepts almost any video input source that enables video users to export to Prores and H265 on windows, have announced the release of Cinemartin PLIN, a plugin for NLE editors including Adobe Premiere that allow users to export to Prores and H.265 directly from […]

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MPEG LA Announces License Terms for High Efficiency Video Coding HEVC/H.265:

MPEG LA Announces License Terms for High Efficiency Video Coding HEVC/H.265:

MPEG LA have announced that a group of 25 companies have agreed on HEVC license terms expected to issue as part of an HEVC Patent Portfolio License in early 2014. Final agreements are yet to be concluded. High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC, also known as H.265 and MPEG-H Part 2) is a standard designed to […]

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DivX HEVC in HD and 4K Resolution No Problems:

DivX HEVC in HD and 4K Resolution No Problems:

At CES 2014 DivX would hear none of that H.265 is still 5 years away talk… Instead codec maker DivX is stepping up to the plate and swinging right now. In September 2013, DivX launched DivX 10, the first consumer software to enable high-quality DivX HEVC video creation and playback. We beat VLC, Media Player […]

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HEVC H.265 Royalties Are Killing It Even Before It Takes Off?

HEVC H.265 Royalties Are Killing It Even Before It Takes Off?

Is High Efficiency Video Coding, HEVC or H.265 as it is also known the Y2K Bug of the fimmaking revolution? Is H.265 the supposed replacement for the H.264 codec a lot of noise, a lot of hype, a lot of attention with the possibly of it never actually doing anything? Quite possibly so. Before we […]

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Wake Us Up When H.265 Goes Past First Draft:

Wake Us Up When H.265 Goes Past First Draft:

Cinemartin releases v. 2.7 of its acclaimed windows video encoder & converter tool, Cinec, also know as the windows prores encoder. Now supports the new standard for 4K & adv. video delivery, the HEVC ­ H.265 video ­codec format. With simply one mouse click, you can convert your videos to the HEVC format, among others. […]

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Move Over H.265 Google Has The VP9 Open Video Codec and It Is Open Source:

Move Over H.265 Google Has The VP9 Open Video Codec and It Is Open Source:

Look at your video. Now back to VP9. Now back at your video. Now back to VP9. Sadly, your video isn’t 50% faster. Google’s championed open source VP9 codec aims to rip your current video a new one by speeding things up by a minimum of 50%. You may recall HEVC or H.265 would like […]

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HEVC H.265 First Stage Approval But Could It Be Another Five Years Away:

HEVC H.265 First Stage Approval But Could It Be Another Five Years Away:

We talked about the H.265 video codec standard way back in May 2012 in this post H.265 High Efficiency Video Coding or HEVC Coming in 2013: and then again in December when we asked What is the Big Deal About H.265 or HEVC Anyway? Well now the new standard, known informally as ‘High Efficiency Video […]

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What is the Big Deal About H.265 or HEVC Anyway:

What is the Big Deal About H.265 or HEVC Anyway:

Poor old Fugly H.264, that brown paper bag wearing misfit is getting pushed out the door as the ugly lights are turned on. You’re going home with a new partner that H.265 in the corner you have had your eye on all night. High Efficiency Video Coding HEVC or MPEG-H Part 2 is the follow […]

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H.265 High Efficiency Video Coding or HEVC Coming in 2013:

H.265 High Efficiency Video Coding or HEVC Coming in 2013:

The H.265 standard High Efficiency Video Coding HEVC or MPEG-H Part 2 is the follow up to H.264/MPEG-4 Part 10 or AVC Advanced Video Coding standard for video compression. The new H.265 spec is being drafted by the Joint Collaborative Team on Video Coding and is expected to be standardized early in 2013. The H.265 […]

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