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H265 - HEVC Now Integrated Inside the New DivX Can Compress Twice Better Than H264

H265 - HEVC Now Integrated Inside the New DivX Can Compress Twice Better Than H264 | Online Video Publishing |
Robin Good's insight:

The new DIVX codec is the first consumer software that allows you to record, encode and playback video content encoded in the new High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC/H.265).

HEVC/H.265 is expected to be able to compress video up to 200% better than H.264. 


Divx 10 will be shortly available for free for both Macs and PCs and it includes these additional key features:

  • Real-time decoding of HEVC video up to 1080p on Intel i5
  • Encoding with HEVC HM11 up to 1080p with AAC, MP3 o AC3 audio
  • Optimized playback with seek reverse/forward, pause / play
  • browser streaming with DivX Web Player
  • Encoding of MP4 video for iOS
  • Available in 11 languages including Italian, Korean and Russian

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Caption and Sub-Title Your Video Clips with CapScribe (Mac)

Caption and Sub-Title Your Video Clips with CapScribe (Mac) | Online Video Publishing |

Robin Good: CapScribe Open is a freely available Mac-based video editor for overlaying captions, sub-titles and descriptions on Quicktime, YouTube, and Flash videos.

CapScribe runs only on Intel Macs.

To get a free copy simply send an email to: info[at]
P.S.: be sure to replace the "[at]" with an "@" in the email address. You must put "CapScribe Request" in the header it we may not get back to you. Be sure to include the following survey questions and responses in your email: What do you do (where do you work, if relevant to your request. If at a university, please identify the group/research unit you're involved with, don't just identify the school)? How you're planning to use CapScribe?
Are you a previous user of CapScribe? How did you heard about CapScribe?

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Add Movement To Your Time-Lapse Clips While Keeping Your Camera Still: Panolapse

Robin Good's insight:

Panolapse is a downloadable software for Mac and PC that allows you to add realistic rotational pans to your time-lapse videography.

Typically these effects are achieved by mounting your camera on a motorized track that slides, or on a motorized head that rotates, or even both at the same time.

Another popular approach to achieve these results is to use video-editing software to digitally move your camera frame within the video frame itself, though the results tend to look a bit missing perspective changes, and therefore flat and unnatural.

From the official site: "Panolapse's movements are real-world accurate, allowing for natural panning motion.

Panolapse cannot add sliding movement like a dolly on a rail, but it can add rotational head movement.

Panolapse works best with wide-angle lenses, including fisheye lenses, allowing you to pan up to 180 degrees in two axis."

Panolapse supports all cameras, and works best with wide-angle or fish-eye lenses.

Panolapse is free for output resolutions up to 1280x720p.

For full-HD support beyond 720p a license costs $65.

Find out more:

Download for Windows:

Download for Mac:

Fabio Gaist's comment, June 4, 2013 4:28 AM
Smart, cheap and cool. Thanks Robin!
Fabio Gaist's curator insight, June 4, 2013 4:30 AM

Ideal in situation where you don't have the right rig with you

Robin Good Italia's comment, June 4, 2013 1:23 PM
Thank you Fabio.