With HVEC actually working in Windows 10 - there is one dilema
Using Windows 10 browser ( Microsoft Edge) I am able to view HVEC ( H.265) and hey, it's great
I would like to continue to do this but I don't think it's going to be easy.
You see if you have the H265 file primary and the H264 secondary , browsers like Chrome other then Edge will play the H265 media but without video,it is just black with audio
So we need to come up with a way of providing H265 to Edge browsers and H264 to other browsers.
This might be possible wrapping the H265 into a MKV wrapper because Edge apparently supports MKV -- but I don't think JW Player 7 will read MKV?
Something to think of anyway