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    Default Going Deeper With Xiph.Org's Daala

    Phoronix: Going Deeper With Xiph.Org's Daala

    Last month Xiph.Org presented Daala, a next-generation open-source video codec. While there's still a lot of work to see how Daala will ultimately perform and compare in terms of adoption to the next-gen VP9 and H.265/HEVC codecs, it's continuing to show promise...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQyMjA

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    Sue them! Sue the shit out of them before they gather steam! oops I was dreaming I'm an Apple lawyer..

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    If the quality is better than H.265 or at least VP9, with equal or better compression rate; this could be amazing really.

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    Like the new technical directions with compression techniques.
    Some innovation on the basics is needed.

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    Good to see that someone's not only copying work and adding miniscule enhancements to existing video compression methods, but is experimenting with new fundamentals. Daala has the potential to become something great, and even if it turns out it is not better than h265 in the end, they will surely have contributed to science and video coding technology. I respect those folks and wish them with all my heart that they succeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark45 View Post
    Sue them! Sue the shit out of them before they gather steam! oops I was dreaming I'm an Apple lawyer..
    You're confusing Apple with Google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awesomeness View Post
    You're confusing Apple with Google.
    Huh? When was the last time Google sued somebody offensively to stop a competitor? They just countersue people already suing them. Apple is indeed the company most famous for kicking off the patent wars.

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