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  • Rav1e 0.3.4 AV1 Encoder Now Running On Android, iOS

    Phoronix: Rav1e 0.3.4 AV1 Encoder Now Running On Android, iOS

    Along with Intel's SVT-AV1 0.8.5, another open-source AV1 video encoder seeing a new release this week is the Rust-written rav1e...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...0.3.4-Released

  • #2
    Wait what? People are actually encoding AV1 on their cell phones? People be crazy.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MadeUpName View Post
      Wait what? People are actually encoding AV1 on their cell phones? People be crazy.
      Isn't that's the good thing? Its opensource.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MadeUpName View Post
        Wait what? People are actually encoding AV1 on their cell phones? People be crazy.
        Isn't that be the great thing? That after recording video with your camera it gets encoded to AV1/whatever uses little space while being lossless or having little loss?
        Maybe in one or two years automatic AV1 Android encoding is pretty common.

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        • #5
          I'm re-encoding a video over to AV1 on my cellphone right now. At about two frames per day, it should be done in "only" about 300 years. /s

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          • #6
            Originally posted by rickst29 View Post
            I'm re-encoding a video over to AV1 on my cellphone right now. At about two frames per day, it should be done in "only" about 300 years. /s
            I'm glad you got my point. The previous two completely missed it. I expect if you bought a brand new phone and started encoding a 30 second 4k clip your phone would die and need replacing in a few years before the clip finished encoding.

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