H.265/HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding) is a video compression standard, a solid foundation for the future 4K time. HEVC is said to double the data compression ratio compared to H.264/MPEG-4 AVCA at the same level of video quality. That will give users a much smaller video size while a higher video quality far beyond expectation.
Pavtube Video Converter, has a comprehensive update which included this H.265/HEVC decode/encode features. The output H.265 videos are almost 50% smaller than those encode by H.264, while the quality is as good as original one. For example, a 132 MB video compressed under H.264 will turn out to 37.7 MB, while under H.265/HEVC the size of this 132MB video is shrink to 17.4MB. But compared the video quality, the H.264 can't compete with the H.265/HEVC, even zoom in on details, no blur or mosaics.
|Tips: Pavtube Video Converter and other Windows Pavtube software has recently upgrade to version 188.8.131.52 with support for H.265/HEVC encoding acceleration on a PC that running Nvidia GPU with either Maxwell (GM206) or Pascal technology enabled graphic cards.|
How does this Pavtube H.265/HEVC Converter work?
Some newbie may have such misunderstanding that this conversion steps must be very complex. You don't have to worry about this, the steps is as easy as some simple one-step app.
This H.265/HEVC Video Converter empowers users to convert their raw H.265/HEVC videos into normal format like H.264(*.MP4),MKV,AVI,MOV,M4V,FLV,etc with high quality output. This can help users to make their raw H.265/HEVC videos more compatible if they don't have proper media player or want to load them into NLEs.
This H.265/HEVC Converter equipped with H.265 encoder allows users to convert their HD videos to H.265(*.MP4) to release their DRM space and let users enjoy the sharp quality as their original H.265/HEVC videos which came from their camera. Hwo to convert H.264 ,MKV,AVI,FLV,MOV,MTS,M2TS,etc,please check this article.
Where to play H.265 Video?
For cameramen, they may not want to transcode their raw videos, and they just want to review their HD videos directly from their camera. For common users who want to enjoy the H.265 videos on their portable devices or TV , some media player which can support this codec would be a better choice.
But there are few players support this H.265 codec. Frankly , according to the research , the vast majority of mainstream player developers are launching the technologies for playing H.265 videos.
Here recommend two Free H.265/HEVC Player to review this kind of video
1. H.265/HEVC Player in Chrome Web Store
Developed by Libde265 team to playback H.265/HEVC content. It currently supports Matroska.
But if users' machine is too slow for decoding, frame dropping will occur which might result in broken images. And when playback *.MKV, the subtitle is not supported
More stable and reliable for playback H.265/HEVC videos.
VLC only features H.265 encoding at the moment , not decoding. The install steps are complex and for new users , they can't well get it.