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Old 28th July 2013, 17:39   #1  |  Link
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Will the next gen systems support 10bit?

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I am wondering if the next generation consoles will support 10bit x264? Because of what I heard it's "AMD offloading process", which I guess will be the GPU.

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Is more likely it before using x265 than x264-10bits
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Okay, x265 10bit or 8bit?
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If the new system will support HEVC it's probably going to support both 8bit and 10bit.
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