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Posts: 2
Registered: 10.07.2018
16.07.18 08:28:36
To: RomanN


Just decoding? So that means we can open H.265, but not export to H.265, which is the opposite of what I need. I'm converting other formats to H.265 to reduce the size of my collection.

For now I"ll be using 'other' software...
Developer
Posts: 230
Registered: 08.09.2009
05.01.19 15:16:41
Let us introduce our new versions AVS Video Converter 11.0.1.632 and AVS Video Editor 9.0.1.328 with support of decoding for new video codecs (in input files):
* H.265 (HEVC) codec for MP4, M4V, MOV and MKV formats;
* VP9 codec for MKV and WEBM formats.

These features work only in Windows 7/8/8.1/10.

There is no support of Opus audio codec for WEBM files with VP8/VP9 video at this moment - only Vorbis audio codec. The support of Opus audio codec for some formats is already in the plans...
Posts: 1
Registered: 16.04.2020
16.04.20 17:56:57
Sill no support for encoding to H.265 format?
Posts: 177
Registered: 27.02.2019
20.04.20 08:56:22
To: ivannf435


Dear user,

At the the moment, H.265/HEVC codec is available only for MP4/M4V/MOV/MKV for the input.

Your suggestion will be forwarded to our developers.

Best regards
Posts: 1
Registered: 17.06.2020
17.06.20 10:25:29
I'm still waiting for the export function of H.265. Seems like it is way past due!
Posts: 177
Registered: 27.02.2019
17.06.20 10:40:39
To: hoover


Dear user,

In the current version of AVS4YOU software H.265/HEVC codec is available only for MP4/M4V/MOV/MKV for the input.
Your suggestion will be forwarded to our developers.

We apologize for the inconveniences caused!

Best regards
Posts: 6
Registered: 21.12.2008
27.01.22 14:06:47
I see from this forum that support for X265/HEVC input was introduced 05.01.19 after requests dating back to 2013.

Being as it took 6 years for your developers to introduce this for input only when can full support be expected to be implemented?

Many of my files are now using HEVC, which is now a widely used codec, the relevance of AVS4YOU is rapidly eroding due to this.

If asked I cannot be expected to recommend this suite as I must use a competitors software to edit using this codec.
Developer
Posts: 230
Registered: 08.09.2009
28.01.22 09:33:02
To: bule

NVIDIA GPUs have received support of HEVC decoding since 2014, and Intel GPUs - since 2016. But HEVC video files have become more popular only since 2017, when the newest Apple iPhone/iPad, Samsung Galaxy and other Android mainstream devices got support of HEVC encoding/decoding. We introduced support of HEVC decoding in AVS4YOU products in release 2018.12 (test alpha-version - since July 2018).

And since release 2021.08 you can edit your MP4/MOV/MKV/AVI video files with H.265/HEVC codec (merge, split or change format) with AVS Video ReMaker.
Please, download and use the actual version.
Posts: 6
Registered: 21.12.2008
29.01.22 10:19:12
To: RomanN


Hi RomanN,

Thank you for your post.

If you check the support site WRT my X265/HEVC query you will see that I have used the latest version of the ReMaker program..

I followed the recommendations of Joshka in the 1/25/2022 post with the result shown in my followup 1/26/2022.

The overlap and pixilation problem was not present when I edited the X264 version of the file.

As can be seen from the earlier screenshot (1/23/2022) top left corner. ReMaker version 6.6 the "Actual Version" was already in use.
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