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  • jaxa
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    I didn't realize 16K VP9 was a thing, but it could be if you want it:

    What are the limits of VP8 and VP9 in terms of resolution, datarate, and framerate?

    VP8 uses 14 bits for width and height, for a maximum resolution of 16384x16384 pixels.

    VP9 uses 16 bits for width and height, for a maximum resolution of 65536x65536 pixels.

    Neither VP9 nor VP8 places any restriction on framerate or datarate.

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  • Intel Media SDK 20.3 Released With AV1 Decode, Rocket Lake + DG1/SG1 Support

    Phoronix: Intel Media SDK 20.3 Released With AV1 Decode, Rocket Lake + DG1/SG1 Support

    Just over one week ago Intel released the Media Driver 2020.3 with Gen12/Xe AV1 decode and other improvements for their quarterly feature release of this open-source video acceleration driver. They have also now released their adjoining Media SDK 20.3 open-source update...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...-20.3-Released
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