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Improving VP9 Without Changing It – Part 3

Improving VP9 Without Changing It – Part 3

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In parts one and two of this blog series, we discussed VP9 and the implementation of scalability.  In this last installment, we will cover the codec itself and the benefits of Vidyo’s new implementation of scalable VP9. Read more – Improving VP9 Without Changing It – Part 1 Read more – Improving VP9 Without Changing  Read More

Improving VP9 Without Changing It – Part 2

Improving VP9 Without Changing It – Part 2

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In this three part blog series, we are covering VP9, scalability, and Vidyo’s new, higher performance VP9 codec. In part 1, we discussed temporal scalability; today we’ll dive into spatial scalability. Read More – Improving VP9 Without Changing It – Part 1 The second scalability dimension is spatial scalability, and it is a bit more  Read More

Improving VP9 Without Changing It – Part 1

Improving VP9 Without Changing It – Part 1

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Vidyo recently announced its own codec implementation of scalable VP9, with significant performance and efficiency improvements compared to the WebM open-source VP9 codec implementation, especially on mobile devices. Additionally, Vidyo’s VP9 codec maintains full compatibility with WebRTC and any application that uses the WebM VP9 codec, including Google’s Chrome browser. In this three-part blog series,  Read More

Vidyo Joins the Alliance for Open Media

Vidyo Joins the Alliance for Open Media

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Vidyo has been committed to the development of open standards since its inception in 2005. We have joined the ITU-T in 2006 as an Associate Member, and have participated in the development of both H.264 (AVC and SVC) and H.265 (HEVC) video coding standards. At the same time, we joined INCITS, the International Committee for Information  Read More