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    Here is the link of the 8K@60 HEVC video sample :

    http://adatok1.atw.hu/8K_Ex_sample.mp4

    All software players crashed/freezed only the Microsoft Edge played it well & easy, with very low (11-15%) CPU USAGE.

    What is the secret behind the EDGE browser?
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    Licensing???
    Firefox didn't crashed but played white video. Only browser I tested.

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    Originally Posted by Bernix View Post
    Licensing???
    Firefox didn't crashed but played white video. Only browser I tested.

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    Firefox don't play HEVC. Try the Microsoft EDGE, and all software players. Non of the Software players can handle 8K videos.

    BP player Kodi, VLC, MPC-HC, Medieapleayer, Windows Media Player, Potplayer, Zoom player crashed when I tried to play 8K videos.
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    Try potplayer, played this file with no problem, vlc too just two I tested.

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    Try potplayer, played this file with no problem, vlc too just two I tested.

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    What were your codec/filter settings in Potplayer? Can you post a screenshot about it?

    VLC gave a gray screen only
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    Hi,
    just set it to initialize settings, to be easy for you to copy. Preference and at the bottom left initialize. Everything is default and played without problem.
    Actually the video is 24 fps.

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    Originally Posted by Bernix View Post
    Hi,
    just set it to initialize settings, to be easy for you to copy. Preference and at the bottom left initialize. Everything is default and played without problem.
    Actually the video is 24 fps.

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    The video is 46FPS according to the MEdiainfo.
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  8. no problem here playing the video, what CPU and GPU do you use?
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    Check mediainfo you posted. In the middle 24 FPS, maybe you are using something like MadVR or so.

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    You are confused with Audio
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    Originally Posted by Bernix View Post
    You are confused with Audio
    Potplayer and VLC didn't work.
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    Potplayer and VLC didn't work.
    Do not generalize. It worked for others. At least for me and flashandpan007. So problem is there but not in players.

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  13. µ$oft Edge = Windows 10

    — and Windows 10 is the root of all evil, principally when you cannot stop the endless updates.
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    µ$oft Edge = Windows 10
    Give a dog bad name... there is no reason to blame windows 10.
    I don't know, where is a problem, but for sure not in windows nor in players. Maybe not enough GPU memory(maybe 2GB isn't enough), weak GPU or CPU. Or bad settings in Video players. Possibly settings is to prefer GPU instead of CPU. Don't know. But definitely not in windows 10. If so, I am unable to play video as well.

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    Originally Posted by Bernix View Post
    µ$oft Edge = Windows 10
    Give a dog bad name... there is no reason to blame windows 10.
    I don't know, where is a problem, but for sure not in windows nor in players. Maybe not enough GPU memory(maybe 2GB isn't enough), weak GPU or CPU. Or bad settings in Video players. Possibly settings is to prefer GPU instead of CPU. Don't know. But definitely not in windows 10. If so, I am unable to play video as well.

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    I speak about HW decoders with feature set "H" with fully offload of 8192x8192 pixel HEVC videos (according to Nvidia) . So only Microsoft Edge can handle feature-set "H" perfectly. (HW acceleration do not turn on in softwere players in the case of 8K videos)
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    Who gives a crap about 8k right now!? Pros shooting it (6k+ with Red), but they have high end video cards and supporting tools. No consumer tv or monitor can fully display it.
    4k hasn't even hit its stride yet.

    What is the point of this Edge boast? When the time comes that 8k is up and coming popular, I would be confident that the popular browsers of the day would then be able to handle it. But now??

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    Originally Posted by Cornucopia View Post
    Who gives a crap about 8k right now!? Pros shooting it (6k+ with Red), but they have high end video cards and supporting tools. No consumer tv or monitor can fully display it.
    4k hasn't even hit its stride yet.

    What is the point of this Edge boast? When the time comes that 8k is up and coming popular, I would be confident that the popular browsers of the day would then be able to handle it. But now??

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    Hi!

    BP player Kodi, VLC, MPC-HC, Medeaplayer, Windows Media Player, Potplayer, Zoom player all crashed when I tried to play 8K videos. How is it possible that Edge could handle this very easy?

    I don't think that 4K has a future. Most television companies sport clubs/companies have already decided to record everything in 8K, and they don't waste money for 4K technology. (Because only 8K can record in real cinema quality and resolution)

    Maybe 4K will have a similar future like the little-HD (720p) it was superseded quickly by full HD (1080p) .
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  18. I don‘t know a player called Medeaplayer or similar. Can you please give me a link?

    What CPU and GPU are you using, what OS and what version of it like 1709 of Win10.
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    Does 8K (or 4K for that matter) bring any improvement on todays typical size TV (probably 46 to 55 inch average)
    or will we need 100 inch TV's to realize a benefit?
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    Now I remember something about PowerDVD, but we was unable to get your specs. This is same thread but about edge.

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    I agree with Cornucopia this whole thing is moot
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