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  1. Hello, Using the search tool, I tried to look for h265 or h.265 in the forum but with no results. However, I came across some topics talking about the h265 codec. Reading those topics, I noticed that H265 videos can be imported in PTE. I confirm after a little test. I read about the risk of incompatibility using h265 on some hardware. But 4K TVs support H265. The same for recent 4K media players. So, exporting using H265 would be a nice addition to the export options. And it would save disk space. Is there a question of license price? It seems there is an open-source version https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alliance_for_Open_Media . But I’m not an expert of these matters.
  2. Hello, When mixing photos and videos, I would like to apply a setting to all photos and keep the videos unchanged. It would be very useful to me for the default duration.
  3. I received the same from the so called barbara2 (deleted now).
  4. Excellent! Removing the Hardware acceleration makes the video compatible with my TV and the encoding is sligthly faster using the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X processor. Thanks for your help!
  5. It looks that "Hardware acceleration" uses NVENC (I have a Nvidia card) which doesn’t seem to be well supported by my TV. I'll check at the beginning of next week.
  6. Will it be possible to have an "expert" display of the export settings to know a little more what is behind the mode and quality parameters, perhaps not as detailed as in Handbrake or Fastflix ?
  7. Hello, I tested on a Sony (Android) TV 25p, 30p, 50p 60p files made from PTE AV Studio Pro 10.5.4 and not working with Panasonic TX-55GZ1000 : they all work on the Sony TV. Thanks for your 5 files and helping find a work around for some Panasonic TV bugs. They all work except "4KTest_NVENC_High_60p.mp4" Will there be a choice of codec in a next version?
  8. You can send me small test files if you want. I'll send test files to someone with Sony (Android) 4K TV.
  9. Hello, It doesn't work at 60p. I prefer to keep 25p which is more in line with 50Hz power used here and it looks smooth on the bluray player. At 60p the file size increased by 51%. I also made tests at 30p and 50p. No success either. For all I used 3840 x 2160, quality mode, quality=100 as it is in the default settings. Audio is set with bitrate =320 and 44100Hz in line with my audio files. On TV Panasonic TX-55GZ1000 I can read mkv files at 24p.
  10. Hello, PTE AV Studio 10.5.4 has improved compatibility of created 4K videos with some 4K TV but it's still not working on Panasonic TX-55GZ1000. I can read the PTE 4K files on bluray player Panasonic UB820EFK. 4K Test.mp4
  11. Hello, I would like to create a video importing photos and videos. I want to use the audio of the imported videos synchronized with the related video images. Can it be done in 1 step? It looks that, after importing the photos and video images, I need to import the audio parts of my videos in a second step and then synchronize them in the timeline. Thanks in advance for your help.
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