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  • #16
    I think More4K is probably right and the problem is the encoder in TMPEG, not that H.265 is over-hyped. The information I have seen says that the H.265 encoding in Handbrake and TMPEG is not as good as it could be. I don't know about the quality of Adobe's encoder. I did some tests a while back but gave up because I could not see much difference but the encoding was 4-5 times longer.
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    • #17
      Imho, if h.265 is not A LOT better it just needs to stay away. The last thing we need is a format war/choice between h.264 & h.265 and all of the compatibility issues that might ensue. Not being able to reliably deliver your product makes one want to quit this business.
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      • #18
        However if h.265 give equal quality at a lot smaller file size, it will be very valuable for transmitting files back from the field.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by GrassValley_PS View Post
          However if h.265 give equal quality at a lot smaller file size, it will be very valuable for transmitting files back from the field.
          That's right Pat, but these tests do not show much of an advantage, if any.

          There's a couple of things I can think of that may skew these results. Maybe TMPEGenc's implementation of X265 has some issues? Maybe X265 is designed more for UHD and above? Although it should really show the same bitrate/filesize advantages regardless of resolution.

          I'm doing another test at UHD but with Handbrake. I'll do another post shortly if there's obvious differences.

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          • #20
            This thread is moved from the main EDIUS area. While interesting it has very little to do with EDIUS. :)
            Last edited by GrassValley_SL; 10-26-2016, 10:26 AM.
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