H265, also known as High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), is a cutting-edge video compression standard that offers significant improvements over its predecessor, H264. Developed by the Joint Collaborative Team on Video Coding (JCT-VC), H265 provides higher video quality at lower bit rates, making it ideal for streaming high-resolution content.
With its advanced compression algorithms, H265 reduces file sizes without compromising visual fidelity. This enables faster video transmission, reduced bandwidth requirements, and improved storage efficiency. Additionally, H265 supports resolutions up to 8K, HDR content, and wider color gamuts, delivering an immersive viewing experience.
As H265 gains popularity, it is becoming widely supported by modern devices and platforms, ensuring seamless playback across various screens. Embracing H265 empowers content creators and streaming services to deliver superior video quality while optimizing bandwidth consumption, revolutionizing the way we consume multimedia.