Why doesn't QuickTime play H.265/HEVC files
January 26, 2017 10:06AM
H.265 or High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) is a new video codec technology. The video quality is supposed to be at least as good as H.264 with the advantage of smaller file sizes. To keep in pace, H.265 player is necessary to open and play it. However, the problem is that most devices as well as video player app like QuickTime can't quite handle H.265 yet.

QuickTime is an extensible multimedia framework powered by Apple Inc.. It only natively supports a few video codecs such as H.264 and MPEG-4, which H.265 video files aren't encoded with. Even if you can add a H.265 video to QuickTime player, it is still an exercise in frustration. That's the main reason why H.265 has been slow to roll out. How to solve the issue? Since QT Player can work H.264 MOV, WP4 videos well, one possible solution is to convert H.265 to H.264 MOV/MP4 video for playback with QuickTime easily with a professional H.265/HEVC decoder.

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