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HEVC Encoding 1 year, 5 months ago #123408

  • rajesh@kss
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Hi

I would like to know if Lightworks can export to H.265 also known as HEVC with a pro version.

Re: HEVC Encoding 1 year, 5 months ago #123409

  • jwrl
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From the tech specs on this website:

Output formats: Lightworks Pro

  • Web-compatible file (MPEG4/H.264 - max. resolution: 3840x2160 (4K) with user defined compression bitrate) with optional upload direct to your Youtube account
  • WebM up to 3840 x 2160 (4k)
  • Sony XAVC-Intra up to 3840 x 2160 (4K)
  • Lightworks Archive
  • DVCAM / DVCPRO 25 (AVI, MOV and MXF)
  • DVCPRO 50 (AVI, MOV and MXF)
  • DVCPRO HD (AVI, MOV and MXF)
  • Uncompressed SD 8 bit and 10 bit (AVI and MOV)
  • Uncompressed HD 8 bit and 10 bit (AVI and MOV)
  • MPEG-2 I-Frame SD (AVI)
  • MPEG-2 I-Frame HD (AVI)
  • AVCHD (M2T, M2TS, H.264 and MPG)
  • Avid DNxHD – all variants, including Thin Raster** (MXF and MOV)
  • AVC-Intra 50
  • AVC-Intra 100
  • AVC-Intra 200
  • XDCAM EX (native MP4 support)
  • XDCAM HD
  • XDCAM HD 50 422
  • Image Sequence (BMP, DPX, JPEG, PNG, PSD, TGA, Compressed TGA, TIFF)
  • Blu-ray (VC1, H.264 and MPEG-2 HD 422)
  • DVD (MTS, M2TS and MPG)
  • Broadcast Wave Format with drop and non-drop frame timecode option
  • Quicktime Movie and MPEG-4 using Quicktime API (Windows 32bit only)
  • AAF, OMF, EDL, XML and Film Cut Lists


Your best bet would appear to be to export either XAVC or uncompressed and use a third party encoder to transcode to H.265. Alternatively, if your system supports it, you may be able to use Quicktime to do it.
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