HEVC stands for High Efficiency Video Coding. It’s also known as H.265. It’s a new standard for video compression that is about 40% better than the current H.264 standard. It compresses 4K video much faster and more efficiently and improves video bit-stream. It also uses less bandwidth so you can stream higher quality video in places where your internet speeds are lower. Video file sizes are much smaller, and so take up less storage space on your Mac.
Basically, HEVC is way better than H.264 for video compression and you’re going to love how fast you can stream 4K movies without any lag.
Hang ten as Mike and Steve discuss the news out of the Computex show including Intel’s new I9 processor, the USA pulling out of the Paris climate agreement, news from the AWE AR/VR conference and the latest gravity wave detection.
Recorded: Monday 2nd June, 2017
Hosts: Mike Wise & Steve Rogers
Running Time: 0:48:15
Veritasium – NEW Gravitational Wave Discovery
I have some things to say – Core i9 & X299 … poor Linus )c;
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