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Old 29th September 2022, 04:45   #21  |  Link
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I think YouTube does stream HEVC for HDR content to devices that don't support AV1 decode. Netflix certainly does.
VP9. HDR is VP9 profile 2.
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Prime Video certainly plays in Chrome, if that's what you're asking.
It cannot decode more than 720p without play ready DRM. Edge only can decode more.

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It cannot deocde more than 720p without play ready DRM. Edge only can deocde more.
That's typical industry standard behavior for premium content due to the insecurity of software DRM
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I think YouTube does stream HEVC for HDR content to devices that don't support AV1 decode. Netflix certainly does.
Right I know NFLX does, as do many others including our respective companies

However, I don't _think_ Google does any HEVC encoding for YouTube.

AFAIK they do actually do HEVC encoding for UHD HDR content on Google Play but that's old info.
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Google play movies also has VP9 profile 4 (aka DRM profile, encrypted or whatever). https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...ideo-on-google

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Google play movies also has VP9 profile 4 (aka DRM profile, encrypted or whatever). https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...ideo-on-google
AFAIK, the Play Movies is an entirely different encoding stack than for YouTube. YouTube is all about fast turn around for minimal encoding cost, as appropriate for user generated content. It's not suited to premium content at all.
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