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    This is probably a stupid question, but what is the difference between the High 10 and the High profiles?
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  2. Originally Posted by lawllmaster View Post
    This is probably a stupid question, but what is the difference between the High 10 and the High profiles?

    10bit vs 8bit AVC

    Most devices won't play 10bit AVC, only support the 8bit variety . You need a computer to play 10bit AVC

    In general, 10bit will yield more efficient compression over 8bit AVC, under the same situations, settings
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    Originally Posted by poisondeathray View Post
    Originally Posted by lawllmaster View Post
    This is probably a stupid question, but what is the difference between the High 10 and the High profiles?

    10bit vs 8bit AVC

    Most devices won't play 10bit AVC, only support the 8bit variety . You need a computer to play 10bit AVC

    In general, 10bit will yield more efficient compression over 8bit AVC, under the same situations, settings
    Then is there a way to change profiles without re-encoding the entire file? (Like using mkv2mp4)
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  4. No. Since this is not only a flag.
    Also different profiles normally also mean different VBV restrictions per Level -> changing the profile flags (assuming they were properly set to start with) is always a bad idea.
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