NOVESTOM development team will release a new version of the NVS7-D Body Worn camera This month. The new NVS7-D will support the H.265 feature. HEVC (H.265) is an extension of the concept in H.264 / MPEG-4. H.265 provides essentially the same level of image quality as H.264, but the code is more efficient, so the video size will be smaller. In other words, the 32GB version of NVS7 and NVS7-D body Worn Camera can save more video files.
Unlike H.264 macroblocks, H.265 handles information in coding tree units (CTUs). The CTU can handle up to 64 x 64 blocks, while macroblocks can span 16 x 16 block sizes. HEVC’s ability to compress information more efficiently.
H.264 vs H.265 Body Worn Camera File Size
The size of a video is defined as duration and bit rate. On the basis of the experiment on H.265 vs H.264 file size, we find that bit reduction is inversely proportional to video image quality and also positive to file size. As H.265 encodes the same information with lower bitrates but the same video quality when compared with H264, it’s advisable to convert the video from H.264 to H.265 for saving more space.
From this H.264 vs H.265 comparison above, now we know well that how H.265 is superior to H.264. Without doubt, H.265 will become a widely used codec in the near future as it’s really one of the best ways to compress a video with original quality being remained.
Post time: Sep-14-2019