h.264

  1. Nod

    ITU-T wants video sizes to halve again by 2020

    Source: http://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/02/09/itut_pushes_start_on_new_codec_standard/ Links in the original article.
  2. jes

    Google drops Chrome support for H.264

    Google drops Chrome support for H.264 Chrome, Google's web browser, will stop supporting the popular H.264 video format in the coming months
  3. jes

    Free H.264 codec not quite as free as it appears

    Free H.264 codec not quite as free as it appears Consortium says H.264 to be royalty free forever but it's not as free as it sounds.
  4. jes

    H.264 royalty free for Internet video

    H.264 royalty free for Internet video The MPEG LA announced that H.264 would be royalty for Internet video forever
  5. M

    IE9 to implement H.264 in HTML5

    Apple and MS will support H.264 as a video codec in HTML5. As much as they crow about the superior quality of the codec, you have to wonder how noble their motives are when they ultimately benefit as licensors of the codec...
  6. LazyLion

    h.264 encoding and DivX?

    if I encode my DVD rips with h.264 for higher quality... will they still play on my MviX player? as AVI files? I am using Fair Use Wizard.
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