The HEVC VideoClub add-on is the best source right now for Kodi HEVC movies, a new codec file that provides HD video at a smaller size and bandwidth usage.
July 7th: DandyMedia has updated the HEVC VideoClub addon to v1.3.3. Check out this HEVC movies addon today.
HEVC is a video codec (also called H.265) that has become more popular in the last few years. It’s main benefit is the ability to provide HD video at a fraction of the size. For those with internet usage limits, looking into Kodi HEVC files may help you save your bandwidth and still enjoy streaming on Kodi.
The HEVC VideoClub add-on by DandyMedia is the number one source for Kodi HEVC movies. HD movies are only 300mb per file, often only 20% of the file size of a standard HD video file.
Most NEW Kodi boxes support HEVC files, especially if you have an S900 (905 or 912) series chip or a Chromebox device running OpenELEC or LibreELEC. Some devices that don’t work include the Raspberry Pi, Amazon Fire 1st Generation, and old Android 4.4 boxes running early 800 series chips (older than 2 years).
If your box can’t decode the video, the video will be choppy and stutter consistently and you won’t be able to watch anything.
The HEVC VideoClub add-on can be found in the DandyMedia Repository.:
How to Install HEVC VideoClub Kodi Addon
This addon is a third-party Kodi addon not supported by the Kodi Foundation. Though Kodi add-ons don’t store any files or host any content, streams from this addon are scraped from websites that fall in a grey legal area.
Because it is not legal to stream this content in every country and location, we are not posting a how-to guide on this website. We believe that this is the safest move for Kodi.Guide because we know that there are parties looking to crack down on websites promoting piracy and we are not one of those.
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