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Windows 10 adds native MKV, HEVC and FLAC support

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  1. ireland

    ireland Active member

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    Windows 10 adds native MKV, HEVC and FLAC support

    MICROSOFT IS ADDING native support for advanced video and audio codecs to its Windows 10 Developer Preview.

    The publicly private test of the company's next generation operating system is receiving upgrades on a regular basis, some of which are popping up with little fanfare and a big impact.

    This latest batch consists of some new, natively supported protocols that, despite their widespread use, have always been hitherto accessed through plug-in codecs.

    MKV is the de facto standard for high definition video, thanks to its ability to contain video, audio, subtitle and other encoded data with excellent quality and support for compression that makes it viable for home use.



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    http://www.theinquirer.net/inquirer...preview-adds-native-mkv-hevc-and-flac-support
     
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    Great! So I can play HEVC footages on Windows smoothly without any other steps or conversions.
    Still waiting Premiere Pro updating....
     

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