Digiarty, a worldwide renowned software provider, is pleased to announce that its flagship video processing software VideoProc has offered the most comprehensive solution to convert 4K HEVC 60fps videos from/to iPhone.
Sichuan, China -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/28/2019 -- Digiarty today announced the release of the most powerful converter for iPhone HEVC & H.264 videos @ up to 4K 60fps. The iPhone video converter, VideoProc, represents the state of the art both in HEVC and 4K/HD video decoding & encoding - easily converts iPhone H.265 videos for playback on the Mac QT/PC WMV/TV/Android, etc. and transcodes UHD/HD videos recorded from GoPro/DJI/DSLR/Mobiles to iPhone & iPad.
Now every user can get a free copy to convert 4K/HD videos from/to iPhone together with the chance to win iPhone XS Max and other gifts at https://www.videoproc.com/iphone-video-processing/iphone-video-converter.htm
The new format HEVC, combining 4K resolution and 60fps, makes it trickier to use and share videos taken by iPhone running on iOS 11 and later in a world still dominated by H.264. As an example, using QuickTime or Photos on older macOS to play a 4K HEVC video will lead nowhere. Sometimes the iPhone MOV videos can play, but the playback is full of stutters and lags. So, in an era when vanishingly few people can view 4K HEVC content, it seems more than a little premature to say iPhone users are happy to embrace the format.
"Digiarty answers this market need and fully supports the transition to 4K with our industry-leading H.265 hardware-based compression technology", marked Jack Han, CEO of the company, "We allow iPhone users of any type to transcode videos from iDevices and any source, starting with SD, HD, and now 4K."
With VideoProc, iPhone users can convert 4K HEVC into H.264, MKV, MOV, AVI, FLV, WMV, 3GP, and 420+ common digital formats for playback on Mac, PC, TV, Android, players, editors, social sites, etc. A slew of flexible options are available to adjust iPhone variable frame rate to constant frame rate, lower 60fps to 30fps, downscale 4K to 1080P, change aspect ratio, resize iPhone videos, rotate and more, letting users steer clear of various playback & sharing issues that come with iPhone 4K HEVC 60fps videos.
VideoProc also ends the video incompatibility on iPhone. With this iPhone video converter, a mish-mash of video types and resolutions from sports camera GoPro, DJI drones, 4K DSLR cameras, webcams, mobiles, etc. can be processed and converted for ready use on iPhone. Different from Handbrake and FFmpeg, it's among the fewer iPhone HEVC encoders that are able to encode videos into HEVC hvc1 for Apple, not hev1.
The built-in Level-3 Hardware Acceleration takes advantage of the GPU acceleration from Intel, QSV and Nvidia to offer outstanding performance for 4K HEVC transcoding from/to iPhone. That achieves H.265 4K 60fps transcoding at significantly higher quality in real time and up to 47x faster than real time. The iPhone video converter removes the bottlenecks of typical tools dealing with HEVC videos at high definitions and high frame rates, solving problems like computer overheating during the transcoding, choppy outputs, fuzzy quality, upside-down videos, etc.
Pricing and Availability
VideoProc runs on Windows (incl. Windows 10) and Mac (incl. macOS Mojave) perfectly. There are 3 different types of license codes for VideoProc, whose price starting from $59.90. Now customers can get the 1-year license copy totally free and win iPhone XS Max and other gifts at https://www.videoproc.com/iphone-video-processing/iphone-video-converter.htm
About Digiarty Software, Inc.
Digiarty Software, Inc. specializes in multimedia software based on Windows, Mac OS X and iOS, which provides top quality software across Apple, Android, Microsoft, Samsung, HTC, Google, Sony, etc. including DVD rippers, video converters, DVD author, iPhone manager, DVD copy software, online video downloader, audio video player, multimedia streaming app, etc. To find out more about Digiarty, please visit https://www.videoproc.com.
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