Trying a way smaller bitrate to see how it compares on here.
This one splits the difference.
And now an h.265 test. So the first post was 12 Mbps, second was 3 Mbps, third was 6Mbps, and this is 3Mbps H.265
@FarFromSubtle This one dose not look like anything is moving but there is sound. Not sure if that is just me though.
@Kane_Cartoon Yeah lots of people can;t play h.256. What is your device?
@FarFromSubtle I have an Asus Gaming Laptop Model G752v
@FarFromSubtle Windows 10 and I use Chrome
It's not really supported outside of Safari on iOS.
Most are moving towards supporting AV1/WebM; don't think we'll see much more widespread support for H.265/MP4 unless the fees are dropped or someone steps in and pays them on behalf of third parties, like Cisco has done with H.264.
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