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Open source HEVC encoder project website launched

Open source HEVC encoder project website launched | MPEG DASH | Scoop.it

Vantrix today officially launched their open source HEVC project website, f265.org. The f265 project was previously announced as an open source version of the H.265 encoder, also known as High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC). The project aims to accelerate the industry-wide development and adoption of H.265 through a collaborative and free open source model. The project website is now officially available for researchers and commercial entities to obtain the source code and contribute to the refinement and evolution of the code to accelerate the implementation of both software and hardware systems.


Vantrix’s f265 encoder will be licensed under the OSI BSD terms, enabling access to source code, free redistribution, and derived works. The project will target both high quality offline and real-time encoding.

 

“The f265.org site is maintained by and for developers to help accelerate the development and adoption of HEVC,” noted Francis Labonte, Vantrix research lab director. “We have a working baseline version available that we’ve been demonstrating for UHD/4k live streaming and now want to take the real-time performance and feature set to the next level. We’re hoping to contribute to accelerating the industry transition from H.264 to H.265 and solving network bandwidth issues for high definition video.”


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Watch the DASH TALKS NAB 14

Watch the DASH TALKS NAB 14 | MPEG DASH | Scoop.it

During the 2014 NAB show in Las Vegas, the DASH Industry Forum organized a 2hr session with nine presentations giving you the latest technical, business and deployment updates on MPEG-DASH. Speakers represented companies from across the DASH ecosystem. Here is the video replay of this event, with spekers from Akamai, Microsoft, Digital Primates, InterDigital, Bitmovin, EBU, Unified Streaming, BuyDRM, Qualcomm and Adobe.


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UltraViolet and MPEG-DASH Technology showcased by castLabs

UltraViolet and MPEG-DASH Technology showcased by castLabs | MPEG DASH | Scoop.it

As an emerging Internet standard, DASH streaming provides an uninterrupted viewing experience by accommodating for variations in network bandwidth. Working with this standard, castLabs utilizes their multi-DRM cloud-based service, DRMtoday, to playback protected streams. They have developed DASH players for Chromecast, HTML5, Android, iOS, Silverlight, and Flash platforms covering DRM support for Google Widevine, CMLA-OMA, Microsoft PlayReady, and Adobe Access.

To further support the DASH community, castLabs has announced the release of two open-source applications: dash.encrypt, a Java based tool for creating and encrypting DASH content, as well as dash.as, an ActionScript based player.


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Windows Azure Media Services June 2013 update

This is a update presentation for Windows Azure Media Services June 2013 update. It showcases dynamic packaging, MPEG-DASH release and Live streaming sneak peek
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