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H.265 Streaming: Try The New 4K Streaming Mode

Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: April 28, 2020

Why H.265 streaming? Well with similar file size a H.265 streaming video can render more pixels than a H.264 video or a VP8 video, thus giving better 4K streaming image qualities and saving the streaming time. So here come the questions: Where can I find more H.265 streaming videos? What other video codecs can match H.265/HEVC streaming, and what are the obsolete ones you shouldn't download any more? This article gives the answers one by one.

What's the Best Free H.265 Streaming Player?

The best free H.265 streaming media player that's compatible with Mac/Windows gives download link here. Well, it offers free experience of 4K streaming from iPhone 11 (or earlier)/iPad to Mac/Windows, or from Mac/Windows 10 to Apple TV (4). Try on 5KPlayer that keeps regular updating of video codec for H.265 streaming for you to permanently rely on.

H.265/Hevc streaming

AirPlay H.265 Streaming Video From Mac/Windows to Apple TV 4

Step 1: Connect your Apple TV with Mac/PC installed with H.265 streaming player to the same Wi-Fi or Ethernet.

Step 2: Adjust your H.265 streaming video to fit AirPlay requirements.

Step 3: Remotely control 4K streaming
This best free H.265 streaming player supports adding subtitles, video rotating, video deinterlace. Now with your laptop installed with it you can control Apple TV 4 without annoying cables.

Enable H.265 streaming

Tips and Notes: You can free convert the H.265/HEVC video into MP3 with 5KPlayer. AirPlay streaming only supports video in MP4, MOV and M4V, while H.265 codec is not an AirPlay supported video codec. If you need to stream the 4K UHD video without any quality loss, try the best video converter for Mac and PC.

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