AW: [OT]h.264 alternatives

Tiemo Hollmann TB toolbook at kestner.de
Thu Jul 20 11:41:03 CEST 2017


Keep in mind, that h.264 is not natively supported by Windows 10 (and not by
8 I think). You need to install a h.264 filter!
Up to now, I didn't found a separate h.264 filter installer, which only
installs h.264, only bundled in a codec package installer like the LAV
filters.

Tiemo


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Betreff: [OT]h.264 alternatives

Seems most folks use h.264 for encoding video, but being patent-encumbered
it requires negotiating a license with MPEGLA for commercial use.

I have a batch of files I need to re-encode - what non-patent-encumbered
codec could I use that will be supported on all platforms?

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