Yup! Good article. I think I linked an article on this a couple months ago...? No, I just shared it on Twitter and tagged FXHOME.
One thing about h.266 is I think the tech groups have agreed to make the royalties half those of h.264. H.265 was slower to adopt than anticipated, largely because the h.265 royalties used to be insanely expensive. In 2016 h.265 royalties were $50 for an encoder license! At some point between summer 2017 and now those royalties got dropped to... Either 20 or 40 cents (was it @NormanPCN or @GrayMotion who pointed that out to me? One of you guys...) which probably explains why two years ago all the phones and action cams started moving to h.265.
Of course in a few years we'll have Hitfilm users wondering why they can't edit five tracks of 8k in real time on an i3 with no dedicated GPU.
@Triem23Of course in a few years we'll have Hitfilm users wondering why they can't edit five tracks of 8k in real time on an i3 with no dedicated GPU.
You know that's the truth, right there!!
I still don't understand why Hitfilm won't install on my Atari 400. WTF???
I've been trying to get it running on my Sinclair ZX-81. No joy.
Oh @jbaymore i was going to use that one only you forgot the all important extra 32k ram pack needed.
I'm still wating for the version of hitfilm to run on my raspberrypi zero X-D
Will it run on my Apple Watch? If not then how about my FitBit?
one depth article about hevc codec https://www.winxdvd.com/resource/hevc-codec.htm
I'm still wating for the version of hitfilm too
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