SickRage/SickRage

Add h265/HEVC quality format

mvivaldi asked for this feature over 1 year ago — 18 comments

mvivaldi commented over 1 year ago

Could be useful to have an x265 option in the quality format, for now I need to put x265 in the required world.

| RyoShinzo commented over 1 year ago

Yes, please add this feature. 720p with h265 releases only need 200MB for an one hour show, compared to SD with h264 releases that already need ~350MB!

| dejavous commented over 1 year ago

Indeed, I've gone down the same route mvivaldi suggested, but would be nice to have an option to select this.

| jaffacake commented over 1 year ago

This should work in reverse too. My media players can't play HEVC/h265 in hardware and it the CPUs can't keep up, my old media player won't even try to play it :(

| labrys commented about 1 year ago Admin

This feature is currently in the works, however it may not be implemented till we implement db changes.

jamaroney commented about 1 year ago

For those like me who want to EXCLUDE x265 files, simply include "x265" in "Ignored words" under Search Settings.

| nebuchar commented about 1 year ago

This would be useful to prevent h265 to be downloaded

| phatdawg commented 11 months ago

This would be awesome

| forkless commented 11 months ago

This would be a good feature to have, that said some size limiting needs to be implemented as well. Some people/releasegroups are a bit too zealous with their compression. 200MB for a 45min TV show is too compressed for my taste.

| Sarcas666 commented 10 months ago

Please! SR keeps trying to replace my HEVC encoded series, messing everything up again and again...

MrSinisters commented 8 months ago

Bump Please add this

| stefanheijnen commented 7 months ago

Any update for this feature request?

| Itzak613 commented 4 months ago

This would be great!

| nucshuco commented 4 months ago

Please add

internalsystemerror commented 3 months ago

+1

anderbytes commented 3 months ago

Good idea

| crewone commented 3 months ago

I would prefer this also, as more series are in better quality in H265 these days.

| crewone commented 3 months ago

I would prefer this also, as more series are in better quality in H265 these days.

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