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  • Zgemma H2H tuner Codec HEVC/H.265

    Hello, I would like to know if it is possible to replace the Zgemma H2H tuner with a DVBT2 codec HEVC / H.265 tuner and if it is possible to buy it. Thank you

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    No this is not possible. A tuner is not responsible for H.265. The chipset of the box must be able to do this in the hardware.

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    • Pozzi
      Pozzi commented
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      ok thank you for the answer.

  • #3
    will it be possible to solve the problem in the future by connecting a dvbt2 pendrive via usb?

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    • #4
      The Zgemma H2H tuner is no longer available, but we can help you find a replacement. Have you considered DVBT2? If so, the HEVC / H.265 tuner may be your best bet for finding an affordable and high-quality product like ours that has been known to deliver on executivecv reviews premium quality hemp flowers from around the world. Contact us today with any questions or concerns about our company’s products!

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      • #5
        DVB-T2 nothing have to do with H.265. But its true, many channels over DVB-T2 are coded with H.265. But the box must be able to handle H.265, not the tuner.

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          • #7
            Originally posted by Pozzi View Post
            Hello, I would like to know if it is possible to replace the Zgemma H2H tuner with a DVBT2 codec HEVC / H.265 tuner and if it is possible to buy it. Thank you
            Zgemma H2H tuner Codec HEVC/H.265 is of highly compression to encode video data in HEVC/H.265 format at 30/60 FPS with 4K resolution, in comparison with H264 MP4 format. With this high-quality but low-compression parameter, your video can be played on various dna hrblock devices that have the HEVC decoder onboard, such as PS4 Pro, NVR and other media player. In addition, Zgemma H2H tuner Codec also supports sharing videos on social networks like Facebook, Youtube and Instagram, among others.

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