Ultra High Definition
latest added (the UHD landing)

I've moved the UHD video to a specific page because it is slightly more than a curiosity.      Ho spostato i video in UHD ad una apposita pagina perche' e' poco piu' che una curiosita'

video compressed in h264 at 9 Mbps
(open it in full screen, here is represented in 640x360 pixel)
WARNING! the file is about 360 MB, requires at least an i5 to be decoded and 11 Mbps download bandwidth.


400p video compressed in h264 at 300 Kbps
the tiny version of the left one
any pc with any operating system is able to decode it.


4k video compressed in h265 (aka hevc) at 4.5 Mbps
(open it in full screen, here is represented in 640x360 pixel)
firefox and chrome do not decode h265 (but they play the mp3 audio),
microsoft edge should/could (but I do not know how)
apple safari from version 11 should (but I've never seen it)
vewd browser on android-tv does it (it uses the hardware decoding of the tv)

To view it on sufficiently powerful systems you can use VLC to open the network file
http://iginomanfre.it/video/yosemite_II_hevc_4k_4500.mp4
(be careful: it require at least a i5 to be decoded and sufficient bandwidth to download it)


360p version of the left one compressed in h265 (aka hevc) at 200 Kbps
firefox and chrome do not decode h265 (but they play the mp3 audio),
microsoft edge should (but I do not know how),
apple safari from version 11 should (but I've never seen it)
vewd browser on android-tv does it (it uses the hardware decoding of the tv)
To view it you can use VLC to open the network file
http://iginomanfre.it/video/Yosemite_hevc_SD100.mp4
(even a dual core should be able to decode it. Browsers will play only the audio).



4k video compressed in h265 (aka hevc) at 4.5 Mbps
splitted in chops and accessed through the metafile http://iginomanfre.it/hlsC/hlsC.m3u8 (open it in full screen, here is represented in 640x360 pixel)
firefox and chrome do not decode h265 (but they play the mp3 audio),
microsoft edge should/could (but I do not know how)
apple safari from version 11 should (but I've never seen it)
vewd browser on android-tv does it (it uses the hardware decoding of the tv)
To view it you can use VLC to open the metafile
http://iginomanfre.it/hlsC/hlsC.m3u8 (be careful: it require at least a i5 to be decoded and sufficient bandwidth to download it)
This metafile and the related chops are permanent

<video id="yosemite_II_4k_hevc_m3u8" height="360" width="640" poster="../jpg/yosemite_poster.jpg" controls src="../hlsC/hlsC.m3u8" type="application/x-mpegURL" /> </video>

4k video compressed in h264 at 9 Mbps
splitted in chops and accessed through the metafile http://iginomanfre.it/hlsD/hlsD.m3u8 (open it in full screen, here is represented in 640x360 pixel)
firefox and chrome for windows do not play embedded the metafile (they do it only on smartphones)
Alternative way to view it is to use VLC to open the metafile
http://iginomanfre.it/hlsD/hlsD.m3u8 (be careful: it require at least a i5 to be decoded and sufficient bandwidth to download it)
This metafile and the related chops are permanent

<video id="yosemite_II_4k_h264_m3u8" height="360" width="640" poster="../jpg/yosemite_poster.jpg" controls src="../hlsD/hlsD.m3u8" type="application/x-mpegURL" /> </video>


hls metafile with hevc payload 720x400p (Standard Definition, the image is scaled to 640x360)
This metafile and the related chops are permanent
This is a plain link that the browser, being unable to play m3u8 playlists,
requires what it must do: save or open with an external application.
If you associate to m3u8 association an external player such as VLC
a click over the image will open an overlay window that will start
to reproduce the video.

You can make this action permanent and after modify it from firefox. preferences
The hls slicing in small portion will reduce the waiting to few seconds.

<a href="http://iginomanfre.it/hlsB/hlsB.m3u8"> <img border=0 src="../jpg/yosemite_poster.jpg" height="360" width="640"> </a>

transport stream with hevc payload 640x360p (Standard Definition)
This image is a plain link that the browser, being unable to play transport stream,
requires what it must do: save as temporary file and open or open with an external application.
If you associate to .ts extension an external player such as VLC
a click over the image will start the download and open an overlay window that will start to reproduce the video.

You can make this action permanent and modify after from Application Panel of Firefox. After the play VLC must be closed.


reproduction of hlsB.m3u8 metafile with hevc segments on a pc

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