DVDFab Media Player Entire Product Line Updated

--- Overall Support to HEVC (H.265), UHD (Ultra High Definition) and 4K Video Playback

BEIJING--()--On Aug. 16, 2014, DVDFab Media Player, the industry leader when it comes to Blu-ray playback solutions, updated its entire product line, including the Windows version, adding the overall support to play back HEVC (H.265), UHD (Ultra High Definition) and 4K videos. Read on for the detailed story.

* Overall Support to HEVC (H.265), UHD and 4K Videos

On Aug. 14, 2014, DVDFab Media Player for Mac 2.0.12 was released, and then, just two days later (on the 16th), the Windows edition ver. 2.4.3.6 was out too. These two updates were rolled out mainly for the same purpose, to add the support to play back HEVC (H.265), UHD and 4K videos. Although not the first one in the world to add this feature, the developers at DVDFab are quite confident that they are going to lead the industry again.

* Probably the Best HEVC/UHD/4K Media Player so Far

Guys from that sector are secretly developing the next-gen video standards, and they have arrived at really impressive and positive achievements so far. HEVC (aka as H.265), UHD and 4K are what are going to replace the current H.264, Full HD and 2K standards in the very near future. Searching on the internet, there are already some player apps said to support playback of HEVC, UHD and 4K videos, however the reality is that most of those apps are quite buggy. That encouraged developers at DVDFab to make it better it in their own media player product line. They thus threw huge effort to develop, test, redevelop and retest its players to make sure everything works magically well on both Windows and Mac platforms - HEVC (H.265), UHD and 4K videos play quite smooth; images are sharper and ultra clear.

* The ABCs of HEVC, UHD and 4K Videos

HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding), aka h.265, is the next-gen successor to the Advanced Video Codec (AVC), aka H.264. HEVC is said to be able to double the data compression ratio compared to H.264 at the same level of video quality, or to provide substantially improved video quality at the same bit rate. UHD (Ultra High Definition), with a resolution of 3840×2160, is a consumer display and broadcast standard evolved from Full HD with a resolution of 1920×1080. While 4K, with a resolution of 4096×2160, is a professional production and cinema standard originally derived from the Digital Cinema Initiatives (DCI).

* About DVDFab Media Player:

DVDFab Media Player, the best Blu-ray player software available in cyberspace, offers the industry leading Blu-ray playback solution both on Windows operating system and Mac OS X platform. With the native menu navigation support on Blu-rays, its Pro version presents users an unbelievably astounding audiovisual experience at home. Learn more about DVDFab Media Player at: http://www.dvdfab.cn/media-player.htm

Release Summary

On Aug. 16, 2014, DVDFab Media Player updated its entire product line, including the Windows version, adding the overall support to play back HEVC (H.265), UHD (Ultra High Definition) and 4K videos.

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