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Jul 8, 2020

Now comes the new video standard that halves the size

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But it will unfortunately take many years.

But it will unfortunately take many years.

The H.266 video standard has finally been announced and will take over for H.265.

Made for 8K +
265 requires 10GB for 90 minutes of 4K video, while H.266 will only require 5GB but deliver the same image quality.

Furthermore, The Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, which stands behind the standard, explains that:

Because H.266 was developed for ultra-high resolution video content, the new standard is particularly advantageous when streaming 4K or 8K videos on a flat screen TV. Furthermore, H.266 / VVC is ideal for all types of moving images: from high-resolution 360-degree video panorama to screen-sharing content.

HDR and more than 8K support are also baked in, as well as a wide color gamut
The problem is that it will take time to get the new standard, well, and become a new standard. After all, H.264 is still popular, and it took many years for 265 support - mobiles and laptops should also have machine support for the best battery life.

authorarticle: Master3395
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