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acg [Avatar]
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I am creating the format of H265 HEVC 1080x1920/30 through Powerdirector 13.

I find that powerDVD 13 cannot read this format.

Any help?

Alan
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Exact; try VLC or buy Power DVD14 who reads well H265. Hi All

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Download Pot-player and it plays them fine and its free

see here

http://download.cnet.com/Daum-PotPlayer/3000-13632_4-75587055.html

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Not sure why Cyberlink quit supporting the .MOV format on PD 13.

I tried the HEVC and AVC with H264 and H265 with the m2ts carriers. I tried the same video in different resolutions in the PD13 software.

None of the above codecs and carriers match the .MOV format in PD12.

Am I missing something? Have not tried the XAVCS formats as of yet.

Lot of stuff to think about.

Any help would be appreciated.

Alan

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Quote: Not sure why Cyberlink quit supporting the .MOV format on PD 13.
I tried the HEVC and AVC with H264 and H265 with the m2ts carriers. I tried the same video in different resolutions in the PD13 software.
None of the above codecs and carriers match the .MOV format in PD12.
Am I missing something? Have not tried the XAVCS formats as of yet.
Lot of stuff to think about.
Any help would be appreciated.
Alan

PowerDirector 13 does support and create mov QuickTime video file format.
Open PDR13,
Edit Workspace
Place a video in the track (use a PDR13 sample clip)
Select Produce Workspace
Select QuickTime option
Then either select one of the Default mov profiles or select Custom and create your own from the selection of Video Compressors offered.

I hope that helps you output to a MOV format, the H265 is not supported in QuickTime and wasn't in PDR12 either.

Dafydd

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Quote: I am creating the format of H265 HEVC 1080x1920/30 through Powerdirector 13.
Alan
Quote: Not sure why Cyberlink quit supporting the .MOV format on PD 13.
I tried the HEVC and AVC with H264 and H265 with the m2ts carriers. I tried the same video in different resolutions in the PD13 software.
None of the above codecs and carriers match the .MOV format in PD12.
Am I missing something?

You are posting confusing information.
HEVC is h265. What has to do with h264?
Also, what has h265 to do with .MOV files? MOV container does not support h265.
Read more:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Efficiency_Video_Coding
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I know all of that. There may have been confusion in what I wrote but you can get the jist of what I am getting at.

Just wondering why they dropped the .MOV format. It seemed to be a better quality output then the ones in PD13.

Alan
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When I go into Quicktime and try to choose a custom option it says there are no custom options available for this pr;ofile. A MOV file is the one I am using as the input file.

Alan
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Produce/QuickTime selected,
1. Select a default template first
2. and then the "+"
3. Change the Profile name, Description.
4. Video Compressor tab, make your choices.
5. Audio tab, make your choices.
5. Select OK and you have a CUSTOM profile.
Dafydd
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You guys are sooo smart.

I made it through the production - but not without some help from the forum

Thanks again for the awesome job.

Alan

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