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Old 22nd October 2012, 12:43   #1  |  Link
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IETF Internet Video Codec Working Group

Some of the first documents have been posted about possible technology choices for the planned IETF Internet Video Codec:

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Potential coding tools:

Pyramid Vector Quantization for Video Coding

Time Domain Lapped Transforms for Video Coding

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Old 23rd October 2012, 20:42   #2  |  Link
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Woah. I don't think we've had vector quantization in a mainstream codec since Cinepak! This would be a radically different and more complex implementation, of course. Cinepak had to decode 320x240 15 fps on 75 MHz processors without SIMD.

These are some pretty different ideas. I look forward to seeing if they can make practical implementations of them.
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See also all the documentation of the first meeting of the video-codec WG:

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