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    Default Next-Gen Video Format H.265 Is Approved

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    The ITU has approved a new video format that could bring 4k video to future broadband networks, while also making streaming HD video available even on bandwidth-constrained mobile networks. The H.265 standard, also informally known as High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), is designed to provide high-quality streaming video, even on low-bandwidth networks.
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    The hope is that, through improved compression techniques, H.265 will enable publishers to stream 1080p video with about half as many bits as required today.




    Next-Gen Video Format H.265 Is Approved, Paving The Way For High-Quality Video On Low-Bandwidth Networks | TechCrunch

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    Default Re: Next-Gen Video Format H.265 Is Approved

    Cool. Now watch Toshiba "Smart" TVs not support this for DLNA.

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