Should do a double conversion to obtain quality in a narrow channel?


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There is a point where it will be broadcast. There is a narrow channel of the Internet. Smoke tests h.265 vs h.264, and came to the conclusion that it's a good idea, there really quality is increased significantly at the same bitrate. Task termination to RTMP c h.264 with a minimum of delay between stage and audience.
You get something like:

Camera > H. 265 > H. 264 (servername receiver) > Audience

Dear experts, can it happen that when you double the conversion quality will fall even lower than to drive it all with the same bitrate in H. 264. Outgoing bit rate can be made higher, the server already does not matter.
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Depending on the type of ekshena in the video stream may fall from the level "OK" to the level of "mess of pixels"

You only need to convert from Sorsa

h265 I would advise to use only if the customer he introduced in iron
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Such a task for example some friends from Israel to decide in connection with the super expensive upload.

To do this, and it will even work, but there are a few BUT:
1. h265 is good for super oily bitrates from FHD and 10-20 Mbit/c in such conditions h265 starts itself particularly well to exercise.
2. h265 is very greedy of resources both for coding and for decoding
3. the codec is younger and hence many nuances and limited support from the various systems.

In short, give more specifics:
What channel, what thread?
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