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Old 2nd August 2007, 12:55   #101  |  Link
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The Consumer Electronics division of LSI Corp has been sold to Magnum Semiconductor. This includes the Domino X H.264 encoders linked in the previous post.

http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/070731/aqtu503.html?.v=9

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Old 2nd August 2007, 16:39   #102  |  Link
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The Consumer Electronics division of LSI Corp has been sold to Magnum Semiconductor. This includes the Domino X H.264 encoders linked in the previous post.
http://biz.yahoo.com/prnews/070731/aqtu503.html?.v=9
I also received this info by e-mail, but anyway - king thanks!
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Hi,
We are a new company developing h.264 codec solutions. You may visit our site at www.streaming-machines.com for further details.
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Would be nice to somehow be able to rank them among quality
Just to make it complete, including links to most recent tests would be nice, I think.

Here is one: http://compression.ru/video/codec_co...4_2007_en.html
which rates MainConcept and x264 as the best two, by far, but such tests rarely include all existing H.264 codecs.
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why Handbrake is not listed?
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Old 8th May 2008, 22:52   #107  |  Link
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why Handbrake is not listed?
It isn't a codec, its a GUI for x264.
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Hi,
We are a new company developing h.264 encoder. You may visit our site at www.discretephoton.com for further details.
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Another open source H264 decoder is available here.
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We are a new company developing h.264 encoder. You may visit our site at www.discretephoton.com for further details.

Encoder capability
Supported H.264 profiles: Baseline.
Supported H.264 levels: Up to 5.1.



I registered to download the test version, but then I noticed this ... have you got High profile in the pipeline at all ?

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Encoder capability
Supported H.264 profiles: Baseline.
Supported H.264 levels: Up to 5.1.



I registered to download the test version, but then I noticed this ... have you got High profile in the pipeline at all ?

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