H.265/HECV videos becomes more and more popular for their super high definition and smaller size than the same quality H.264 video. But for Dropbox users, putting these H.265/HECV videos to Dropbox seems not to be easy cause Dropbox natively can’t support H.265 videos.
From dropbox.com, Dropbox supports to accept 3GP, AVI, MV, MP4, M4V, WMV, VOB, MPEG, etc but not includes H.265 video. So if you want to upload H.265/HEVC video to Dropbox, you have to re-encode these H.265 video to H.264 format for Dropbox.
To finish the task, you will need to have a reliable H.265 Video Converter to do the job. Among all available H.265 Video Converters in the market,Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate （ Mac） claims one of the top one to meet the H.265 to H.264 MP4 encoding need. Based on my testing, it works perfectly and now I’d like to share it with all of you.
First, free download Video Converter Ultimate:
– Pavtube old official address: http://www.pavtube.cn/blu-ray-video-converter-ultimate/
How to re-encode H.265/HEVC video to H.264 for Dropbox?
Step 1. Import H.265/HEVC video
Step 2. Set output format
Click on “Format” bar to select output format. Here you can choose H.264 MP4, MPEG-4 MP4, WMV, AVI, WMA, etc any one Dropbox supported format as target format on Window. Here, we choose H.264 mp4 as the target format for its wide compatibility with all kinds of devices.
Step 3. Start transcoding H.265/HEVC
Click the “Start conversion” button at the bottom right corner to start transcoding H.265/HEVC video for Dropbox. After conversion click “Open” to find the generated videos.
Upload converted H.265/HEVC video to Dropbox
1. Sign in to the Dropbox website.
2. Click the Upload button from the very top of the window. The upload button
3. A window will appear. Click the Choose File button and then select the file on your computer that you’d like to add to your Dropbox.
4. Choose as many files as you like, and then click the Start Upload button.
5. The window will disappear, your files will start uploading, and you’ll be shown a progress indicator. That’s it, you’ve added the converted ISO files to your Dropbox!
Once you’ve added converted H.265/HEVC video files to Dropbox, now you’ll make it available for viewing on other computers, Android, Apple devices anytime, anywhere just with the help of your Dropbox.
Note: When you create a link to a video in your Dropbox you will be able to watch the full video, and anyone you share the link with will be able to view the first fifteen minutes on a preview page. In order to view the full length of the shared video, recipients will need to download the file to their computer.
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