Just when you’re getting used to H.264’s (just kidding you should probably be used to them by now) they’re pushing H.265. I’m not going to go crazy over it. I’m not going to try to convince you that we’re standing on the edge of the future (the beautiful less compressed future). I’m going to just name off some figures and hopefully, it’ll get you excited.
If you get to know me, you’ll realize I’m a positive person. I get excited about technology, when it’s useful, that is. So as an exercise, I’m going to avoid buzzwords and vernacular that could artificially make this piece more exciting than it is or might be. The responsibility that I owe you faithful planet5D readers.
Cinemartin has released MyBD, software that rips, decrypts, scales and converts Blu-Rays down to as little as 2% of their original size. While 2% will be a fairly compressed, but realistic 50% and up compression looks like this:
And is compressed from a 32gb Blu-Ray down to 599mb.
I’m sure many of you out there are going to think, “Hey that looks different!” Of course it does. There’s no such thing as perfection. But it’s impressive how little it’s degraded given the amount of compression that it’s been under.
The software itself, while functional, isn’t the story. The story is the practical application of H.265 which has been skulking on the edge of the industry for a while. Could MyBD mark the birth of H.265’s decent and moderate life?
This kind of technology is
great useful for us because it gives us more space on our drives, obviously, but when this finally translates to cameras, we’ll get a better image.
There was a time when we were waiting for the step beyond Blu-Ray. “How many gigs can we fit on a disc?” Hopefully now we’re realizing that question isn’t totally necessary. Large storage and better compression go hand in hand. We shouldn’t be focused on one without considering the other. In fact, I’d go so far as to say we should be more focused on compression.
I’m excited for and am anticipating a time in which we have H.265 Blu-Rays. High bit rate next generation compression.
Oh there I go again. Saying overly exciting things.
MyBD: BLURAY DISC CONVERTER TO H265
World First All-in-one backup tool with decrypter, ripper and video converter feat. HEVC
Via Cinemartin Press:
Cinemartin has just released a new software, to convert Blurays to a 2% of its size with same resolution and almost same quality. Say to backup Blu-ray disc movies & videos into World's latest High quality / smallest video size codec, producing files in the HEVC H.265 format both in MKV and MP4 containers, resulting in files as smaller as to fit hundreds of them in a Pendrive.
Produced files are playable on Windows PC, MAC, Tablets & Smartphones including Android
All your Blurays at 2% size in a USB Pendrive ready to plug
MyBD is the 1st and the only one all-in-one tool (Blu-ray ripper, decrypter, scaler, converter) for backup of Blu-rays at world smallest size with almost same quality, visually eye imperceptible.
Latest developments on Cinemartin team accomplished a World record in H.265 video encoding, with the recent announcement of support of World first H.265 10-Bit encoding addition for the leading and popular Cinec video converter. Now the progress comes to the movies, documentals and music video distribution, in the form of the first all in one Bluray converter to H265. You can put between 128 and 200 movies in a 64GB USB pendrive available on todays market per around 20 $ / 15€ or less that a pendrive cost.
32 GB Bluray in a 599 MB H265 Video at FullHD with almost same quality
50% or more filesize savings at same quality compared to current BD converters
Following (above) is a composition image with pictures taken from a original BlurayDisc and the backup (ripped movie) to h265 video produced by MyBD. Download any of the samples (below), just play in your PC / Mac / tablet or Smartphone with any H265 compatible player like the Hoid video player for android
This gives you the ability to backup all of your movies and blu-ray disc into files as smaller as 400-500 MB for full hd 1920×1080 resolution at almost same quality. MyBD Pro features multi-processing up to 8 CPU cores, and also includes a video scaler to rip your movies into a more smallest files: at 720p and 100-300MB PAL or NTSC SD resolution videos.
The Cinemartin MyBD tool
– Supports any kind of Blu-ray disc
– Unlock almost any BD protection
– Decrypt almost any protected video
– Backup entire disc or selected titles
– Backup/Rip all or selected languages
– Supports virtual drives
– It also suppots ISO's
– Includes a video scaler 1080-720-SD
– Multiprocessing up to 8 CPU cores
– Output to H264 MP4
– Output to H265 MKV
– Output to H265 MP4
MyBD is now available. It is a simple but very powerful tool for video backup, and its free ! There's also a a premium Pro* version available.
For more info, including a free demo, check out the official web of the bluray converter
(cover photo credit: snap from the video)
He shoots a lot and often.
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