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DVDFab Newly Added Support to H.265 and 4K Videos

August 21st, 2014 by DVDFab_Malcolm 118,277 views

DVDFab has been updated to support the newest H.265 codec and ultra high definition 4K videos. Then what is H.265? What is the superiority of 4K? How does DVDFab support them? Read on for more.



H.265, also known as High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), is the successor to H.264 or MPEG-4 AVC (Advanced Video Coding), one of the compression schemes used by Blu-ray. As a new codec technology and new video compression standard, H.265/HEVC can compress video files to the half size with the same video quality as the original. It can also improve the video quality at the same bit rate.



4K, labeled as Ultra High Definition (UHD) compared to High Definition of 1080P, has a resolution of 3840 x 2160, whilst 1080P consists of 1920 x 1080 pixels. People are familiar with 1080P and favor it for the high definition it provides. From above you can easily see that 4K is much superior, no matter on horizontal pixels or vertical ones. And a 4K video can present you much more details of the image. As a result 4K gives you a much clearer picture than regular HD and other formats.


*Support from DVDFab DVD Ripper, Blu-ray Ripper (3D Plus) and Video Converter

DVDFab DVD Ripper and Blu-ray Ripper (3D Plus) can rip and convert a DVD/Blu-ray movie to H.265 videos (supported profile: MP4.H265, MKV.H265) and 4K videos (supported profile: MP4.4K, MKV.4K).


DVDFab Video Converter can convert H.265 videos and 4K videos to other regular videos, and vice versa. Just choose from the supported profiles in Video Converter: MP4.H265, MKV.H265, MP4.4K, and MKV.4K


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