I know the hardware support through the T2 chip for h.265 shows up in benchmarks pretty well. As I am currently not into producing videos at the moment (but that might change, of course), I wonder how big of a deal that really is, or how much you'll be missing without. I am not talking about someone who is going to transcode his complete movie collection, or who uploads his whole live on youtube. As I understood it, the T2 will only be beneficial for encoding to h.265 - not of much use for decoding? When producing videos, wouldn't that be just the last step when finishing of the whole project? If this is only done once per video, then I can easily wait for it or make a cup of tea or walk the dog. Has someone some numbers of how long encoding takes, i.e. a 10 minutes video of 1080 or 4k? All the benchmarks usually tend to tell *what* they actually do. Just trying to figure out how much I'm losing without a T2. Thank you.