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== Playback ==
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There are a number of different methods available to achieve (smooth) Hi10P playback on different players.
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=== Media Player Classic: Home Cinema ===
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=== KMPLayer ===
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=== SMplayer ===
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=== MPlayer2 ===

Revision as of 11:36, 24 November 2011

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Hi10P

High 10 Profile (Hi10P), also just known as 10-bit. The newest standard for fansubbed and encoded releases.


What is Hi10P?

In really basic terms, more data is used to define color which means there is less banding for a smaller file size. It's an H.264 profile which uses 10 bits of information to represent color. It's a huge improvement because there is less file size, which in the long run saves bandwidth.

Advantages

  • Significantly higher compression ratios resulting in vastly decreased file sizes. In return, a huge amount of bandwidth is saved.
  • Far more information is preserved from the original, removing such issues as banding and poor detail in dark scenes.
  • Less things for the encoder to worry about.

Disadvantages

  • Slower decoding and encoding.
  • No support for DXVA or CUDA as of writing.
  • Slight compatibility issues with older devices during playback.

Playback

There are a number of different methods available to achieve (smooth) Hi10P playback on different players.

Media Player Classic: Home Cinema

KMPLayer

SMplayer

MPlayer2