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    Hi!
    I can't see anaything concerning the New H.265 encoding format.

    Will VideoReDo be able to convert video in this new format in a nearly futur ?


    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Senethib View Post
    Hi!
    I can't see anaything concerning the New H.265 encoding format.

    Will VideoReDo be able to convert video in this new format in a nearly futur ?
    Thanks.
    Think I've seem mention of maybe in version 6 or later.
    Late this year or next.

    EDIT...
    http://www.videoredo.net/msgBoard/sh...highlight=HEVC

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    In VideoReDo TVSuite Version 5.1.3.741 - Release date: 2016-03-14 I am able to read but not write H.265 files.
    This allows editing and converting from H265 to H264.

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    H.264 output is not yet supported
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