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Does Apple QuickTime Player support h.265 on Mac OS Sierra/El Capitan?

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H.265 or High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) is the latest generation video compression standard which compresses a video file into smaller package, making it easier to store or transmit. Today is the turn of HEVC. However, many devices and applications like QuickTime player are still need time to support the new codec. Do you have some HEVC/H.265 files saved on your computer, and wonder how to make H.265 files playable in QuickTime player on Mac OS Sierra/El Capitan? You’ve come to the right place.Since QT player can work with H.264 MP4, MOV, M4V videos well, to get H.265 files playable in QuickTime Player, a quick fix is to convert H.265 to QT Player readable format for playback easily.One of the best Yosemite/Mavericks H.265 Converter from the market so far is Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac, which is recentlyupgraded to support H.265 encoding and decoding and it can be taken as a completely professional H.265/HEVC encoder, decoder, player and editor.With it, you can convert H.265…

Best 10 Prores Converter to Decode/Encode Prores on Windows and Mac

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What is ProresProRes is a lossy video compression format developed by Apple Inc. for use in post-production that supports up to 5K. It is the successor of the Apple Intermediate Codec and was introduced in 2007 with Final Cut Studio 2.Why need to convert Prores to other formatsWhen finished editing in FCP 7 or FCP X in your timeline, you choose to export as Prores 422 but you may find the file size of the Prores is too large or you might want to convert Prores to another different file format such as MPEG-2 for broadcasting or more friendly playback formats like H.264, MPEG-4.Why need to encode other formats to ProresAs one of the most popular video formats in professional video production and post-production, the Prores codec is developed by Apple for high-quality and high performance editing in Final Cut Pro X. Although the Prores files are larger, but they render fasters and they have more room, so you can create great looking effects without losing any quality.To help you to fix P…

Rip and copy DVD to VLC on Mac OS X

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How to rip and copy DVD to VLC on Mac OS X is an everlasting and hot issue in all relevant digital copy, video conversion forums and bulletins. Backing up DVD to VLC means that you can enjoy your favorite DVD videos on computer conveniently and can protect your physical DVD disc from scratching. That’s why many people choose to transfer DVD to VLC on Mac OS X. Here, this article will show you two methods to play DVD on VLC: Method one, rip DVD with VLC on Mac OS X; Method two, copy DVD to VLC with VLC Alternative on Mac OS X. Method one: How to rip DVD with VLC Media Player on Mac OS X El Capitan?VLC is not just a media player. It allows you to rip your DVD as well. Here we will show you how to rip DVD movies with VLC. (Note : This tutorial is written for VLC 0.9.6 and up). Step 1: Start up VLC on Mac and load up DVD video. Under “Media”, click on “Convert/Save” Step 2: When Open Media window appears, click DVD tab and browse the Disc device to make sure the field is pointing to the opti…

Convert Video_TS Folder to MP4 with subtitles on Mac

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Summary:This article will introduce what is VIDEO_TS folder and tells you how to convert a VIDEO_TS folder to MP4 for playing with subtitles on Mac OS X. 
What's Video_TS folder?

Video_TS folder contains three kinds of formats, IFO, BUP and VOB. IFO is information file, which is the main factor to operate video playback. With IFO files you can forward or backward the video at will. If IFO files are damaged or can’t be read, don’t worry. BUP is the backup of IFO and they have the totally same function. But if you happen to lose them all, you will have big trouble in controlling video play, so be careful. VOB means video objects, which is the container of video files. No need to say how important it is. 



How to play Vidoe_TS folder?

Video_TS files are one of the main folders in a DVD's contents. Yeah, you can view the Video_TS files on your computer and DVD players. However, if you want to put your movies on portable MP4 players like iPhone, iPad, PSP, Xbox 360, Android tablets, etc…

Rip DVD to 3D MP4 for playing on MacOS Sierra

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Summary:Here is the best solution to convert DVD to SBS 3D MP4 for enjoying the 3D video with the assistant of the 3D DVD Ripper.

Maybe most 3D movie fans would ask the same question to either backup their 3D movies free from physical disks or prepare for future usage such as watching copied 3D movies on 3D player. But how to get them playable on these 3D device and if doing converting, is it will surely leaded to the loss of 3D effect? 



"I'm trying to find out if I can rip my 3D DVD's to my HDD and still get 3D playback on them to my TV via my HDMI connection. If so, how exactly would I go about burning them (if there is a certain way), and is there any special software or anything I'll need to play the DVD's back through to do this? I am using MacOS Sierra Mavericks."

To rip DVD to side-by-side 3D MP4 video, Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac is the best 3D/2D DVD to Side-by-Side ripper to assist you with ripping Blu-ray and DVD to side-by-side 3D MP4 format. It can als…