Articles tagged “Codecs”
AV1: next generation video – The Constrained Directional Enhancement Filter
AV1 is a new general-purpose video codec developed by the Alliance for Open Media. The alliance began development of the new codec using Google’s VPX codecs, Cisco’s Thor codec, and Mozilla’s/Xiph.Org’s Daala codec as a starting point. AV1 leapfrogs the performance of VP9 and HEVC, making it a next-next-generation codec. Today's post is a deep-dive into the Constrained Directional Enhancement Filter and how it came to be.
It's Opus, it rocks and now it's an audio codec standard!
In a great victory for open standards, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) has just standardized Opus as RFC 6716. Opus is the first state of the art, free audio codec to be standardized. We think this will help us achieve wider adoption than prior royalty-free codecs like Speex and Vorbis. This spells the beginning […]