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[Q] What h.264 Profile level does the Compact support for playback?

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By Kaskade, Senior Member on 20th February 2014, 03:13 PM
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In previous white papers like that from the Xperia Ray that i own, too.. there was information like "h.264 High Profile Level 3.1". I used this information to get the best possible encodes with Handbrake.
Unfortunately all the white papers from the Z line don't tell that anymore. Does someone know what the Compact supports now?
 
 
20th February 2014, 07:54 PM |#2  
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The Z1 Compact records in 1080p, 30fps High Profile Level 4.0.
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The Z1 Compact records in 1080p, 30fps High Profile Level 4.0.

I know that, too. What i was asking is what profile it supports for playback, not recording.
Usually playback has higher support than recording. Example of Xperia Ray: Recording = Baseline Profile 0 / Playback = High Profile 3.1
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I know that, too. What i was asking is what profile it supports for playback, not recording.
Usually playback has higher support than recording. Example of Xperia Ray: Recording = Baseline Profile 0 / Playback = High Profile 3.1

I don't think it supports higher profile/level for playback. You could send me a sample though and I'll check if it plays smoothly.
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I forgot where I got this but it states that it supports playback for High Profile level 4.2 with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps
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