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Old 9th July 2021, 01:02   #21  |  Link
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I hope Mozilla and Xiph are taking notes on coding style and encoder design. Compression efficiency aside, xeve looks really well written.
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I hope Mozilla and Xiph are taking notes on coding style and encoder design. Compression efficiency aside, xeve looks really well written.
It is unfortunate nothing much is going on with EVC. My brief test with xeve baseline, really did gets 40% reduction at the same VMAF score compared to x264.
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Old 30th March 2023, 09:37   #23  |  Link
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samsung EVC patch: https://patchwork.ffmpeg.org/project...i@samsung.com/
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Though actually with dav1d I've been told by a person working on it that they are already blowing past VP9 decoding efficiency on multi core systems due to much better provisioning for parallel encode/decode in the AV1 standard vs VP9.
I'm a bit sceptical of this statement re: standard provisioning, do you have further details? From what I recall, VP9 and AV1 have similar provisions for multi-threading, dav1d just does a (much) better job at it than most open-source VP9 decoders we have available ATM. And I don't think dav1d is ever expected to be faster. If it achieves the same FPS (but using more cores), I think we'd be quite content already.
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Allegro DVT, a leading provider of silicon video IP solutions announces the availability of its D301, the first MPEG-5 Low Complexity Enhancement Video Coding (LCEVC) decoder IP solution. The D301 is expected to accelerate the adoption of the new video standard by allowing SoC/ASIC vendors to rapidly offer solutions compatible with the emerging format.
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LC-EVC and EVC are unrelated technologies, despite having the same acronym.
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