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How To Encode NX500 H.265/HEVC 4K Video to Ultra HDTV

The newly released Samsung NX500 has the ability to support both 4K and UHD video recording. The built-in H.265/HEVC codec, the most advanced compression technology available, brings efficiency to the storage of video clips by compressing high quality video to half the size and the bit rate of H.264 footage without any compromise on quality. The only problem is, H.265/HEVC has not yet been accepted by Ultra HDTV. To make Samsung NX500 H.265 4K video widely supported, especially for a playback on Ultra HDTV, we teach you how to convert H.265 4K Video to Ultra HDTV best supported format with ease.

In order to play NX500 H.265 4K video on Ultra HDTV with no difficulties, a wise choice is to decode/re-encode NX500 H.265 4K video to H.264 MP4, a more common video format. To achieve the goal,a professional H.265/HEVC Converter is needed indeed. Overall, Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac (Windows version) is such a powerful tool to handle H.265/HEVC codec, which is even far beyond your expectation. With the recent upgraded version 4.8.5.1, it can encode/decode H.265/HEVC videos so nicely.

With it, not only can you convert NX500 H.265/HEVC 4K video to MP4, AVI, WMV, MOV, FLV for easily playing, but also you can convert H.265/HEVC 4K video to the editing tools with professional codec, like MPEG-2 for Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas, DNxHD for Avid Media Composer, AIC MOV for iMovie/FCE, Apple ProRes codec for FCP X/7/6, and etc. Besides, the built-in video editor allows you to modify your videos by trimming, cropping, adjusting video effects and more. By the way, this H.265 converting application also enables you to convert videos from almost any SD/HD input (M2TS, MTS, MKV, H.264, MP4, AVI, WMV, MOV, MXF, MPEG, etc.) to H.265 HEVC codec up to 4K.


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How to convert NX500 H.265/HEVC 4K video to Ultra HDTV for playing?

Step 1: Download and install the corresponding program. click the “Load files” button or “Add video” button to add your Samsung NX500 H.265/HEVC 4K video. You can also drag and drop files to the main interface of this best H.265/HEVC converter.

Tips: You can add multiple files to the queue and convert them all at one time.



Step 2: Here, you need to choose what you want the output to be. Click “Format” drop-down list, and then select output video format from the powerful H.265/HEVC converter. For playing H.265/HEVC 4K video on Ultra HDTV, we suggest you to choose “HD Video>>H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)”.



Step 3: Click “Settings” button to customize the output video and audio settings by yourself. But if you are not good at it, you’d better use the default parameters, they will ensure you a good balance between file size and image quality basically. You can change the resolution, bit rate, frame rate as you need.

Step 4: Click “Convert” button on the bottom of the screen to start NX500 H.265/HEVC 4K video conversion process. The amount of time it takes will vary based on your system’s hardware and the quality settings you selected.

Conclusion: When the conversion is done, you can click “Open” button to get the generated video files. Now, you can play NX500 H.265/HEVC 4K video on Ultra HDTV without any hassles.



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