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Old 28th May 2021
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Yes, it can. The problem is in the software = applications and filters used to decode the file.
VLC uses it's own filters, while BSPlayer relies on LAV filters.
LE1:
Anyway, on my old PC with a TV as output, 10 bit files looks the same on both VLC and BSPlayer, while MPC-BE image is far better.

LE2:
Is it possible that BSPlayer forces 10 bit rendering (on a machine that can't render 10 bits) while other players go to 8 bits ? Because the file played by MPC-BE is rendered as: NV12 (8-bit 4:2:0) from an input stated as:
Pin: HEVC x265 10bit Video
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