Higher quality smaller size---that’s the biggest highlight that brought by the new video codec H.265/HEVC. On the other hand, someone now are confused with the issues of playing H.265/HEVC movies on VLC player. It seems that we should have an intensive talking on H.265/HEVC to know how to make H.265 movies smoothly played on VLC player.
MediaCoder H.265 encoding is open for beta testing, this is also one of the best codec features that loved by almost all users. While as someone there said’ I shot some H.265 gathering videos by Samsung NX1 4K camcorder and now I want to further editing them in Sony Vegas and then for a better enjoyment on VLC player on Windows with my family members. ‘Unsupported Error’ happened there. I think I have to ask for some help.’
Though H.265/HEVC can support 8K UHD with a resolution of 7680×4320 and it would become the best codec in the future. So how could we edit and play our videos with no difficulties? Again the Pavtube studio has brought us the good news! With the latest upgraded version, all windows programs can support the H.265/HEVC movies encode and decode. Thus in this page, efficient solutions are offered here to play your H.265 recordings on VLC player with Pavtube Video Converter for Windows.
Tips on converting Samsung NX1 H.265/HEVC videos to MP4 for playback on VLC:
Step 1. Download and install the program from the website, load your original 4K source in with ‘Add video’ directly drag files in is available.
Step 2.Choose the right output for VLC. As we mentioned above, we would like to introduce you to select the ‘HD Video’>>’H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)’ as your best choice. Surely you can choose other suitable ones as you like.
Step 3. Any interests in adjusting your output videos? Additionally in the ‘Edit’ button on the main interface, we can ‘Trim’, ‘Crop’ to decide the video length or something else there. Do you have any interests there to have a try?
Conclusion: Tap the ‘Convert’ on the main interface if you have done all the preparation work. This is the workflow that we need to transcode H.265 to H.264, which could make the original Samsung NX1 files accepted by popular media or editing devices. What’s more, let’s looking forward that the news of Mac products’ upgraded version coming soon!