HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding), also known as H.265, is a digital video compression standard that was jointly developed by the ISO/IEC MPEG and ITU-T VCEG organizations. It is designed to provide significantly improved video compression compared to its predecessor, H.264/MPEG-4 AVC. HEVC achieves higher compression ratios by using advanced techniques such as improved motion estimation, better prediction modes, and larger block sizes. This allows for higher quality video playback with reduced bandwidth requirements, making it well-suited for high-resolution video streaming and other applications where network bandwidth is limited. HEVC is capable of supporting video resolutions up to 8K, as well as high dynamic range (HDR) video, providing improved color and contrast for a more immersive viewing experience. It also supports a range of audio codecs, including AAC and Dolby AC-4. HEVC is now widely used for a variety of applications, including streaming media, broadcast television, and mobile video, and is supported by a variety of media players and software applications. Overall, HEVC is a highly efficient and versatile video compression standard that provides high-quality video playback while reducing bandwidth requirements, making it an ideal choice for a wide range of video applications.