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Cisco plans to open-source H.264 code, widen support for web-based video chat

WebRTC promises plugin-free video chat in our browsers, but it has been stuck in limbo due to format squabbles — some companies want royalty-free standards like VP8, while others insist on the wider support of H.264. Today, Cisco is proposing a truce between the two camps. It’s planning to …

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Firefox nightlies now support AAC, MP3 and H.264 by default in Windows

Firefox nightlies now support AAC, MP3 and H264 by default in Windows

Mozilla hasn’t been the most excited supporter of commercialized media formats; it flipped the H. 264 switch in Firefox’s HTML5 support last year only when it was clear WebM wasn’t removing. Still, those who routinely check the business’s most recent work will be pleased to hear that support for AAC, MP3 and H.264-based MP4 is now allowed by default in Firefox nightly develops. Offered you’re using Windows 7 or more recent, it’s not essential to alter settings to play reasonably typical HTML5 audio and video formats. Web users desiring the additional support in a completed variation of the browser will require to wait for a completed Firefox 22, which is anticipated to introduce in late June; danger takers simply have to examine out the source links.

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Raspberry Pi lands MPEG-2 and VC-1 decoding through personal licenses, H.264 encoding and CEC tag along

Raspberry Pi lands MPEG-2 and VC-1 decoding through personal licenses, H.264 encoding and CEC tag along

Making the Raspberry Pi affordable included some tough telephone calls, consisting of the omission of MPEG-2 decoding. Licensing charges alone for the video presentation software application would have increased the board’s rate by about 10 percent. Now, after lots of have made media centers with the hardware, the foundation behind the project has actually whipped up an option to add the failing to see codec. For $ 3.79, individuals can purchase an individual MPEG-2 certificate for each of their boards on the organization’s online store. Partial to Microsoft’s VC-1 criterion? Rights to making use of Redmond’s codec can easily be bought for simply under 2 dollars. H. 264 encoding is also in the cards because OpenMax parts needed to establish applications with the functionality are now allowed by default in the tool’s most recent firmware. With CEC support thrown into the Raspbmc, XBian and OpenELEC operating systems, a solitary IR remote can control a Raspberry Pi, a TV and other connected devices. If you’re ready to load up your Pi with its newfound abilities, hit the source link below.

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Minicaster: the pocket-sized hardware-based H.264 live streaming encoder

It’s not that you need a hardware-based H.264 live streaming encoder hanging around in your fifth pocket, but if you’re looking to capture more of life’s moments, why not? Scheduled for a proper introduction at NAB Show 2011, the Minicaster is capable of encoding and delivering a number of streams while also recording at the same time, and those settings can be tweaked directly on the unit itself. The company recommends using it with Wowza Media Server, and if you’re looking to become the world’s next Ustream star, investing in one of these may not be such a bad idea. Emphasis on may, given that the asking price is eluding us at the moment.

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Minicaster: the pocket-sized hardware-based H.264 live streaming encoder originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 02 Apr 2011 02:27:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Google defends H.264 removal from Chrome, says WebM plug-ins coming to Safari and IE9

Google renewed a heated discussion when it said it was dropping H.264 support from Chrome’s HTML5 video tag last week, but it seems the company’s ready and willing to push its WebM alternative video format hard — not only is hardware decoder IP now available for the VP8 codec, but the project team is presently readying WebM plug-ins for Safari and Internet Explorer 9, neither of which include it themselves. As to the little matter of whether any of this is the right move for the web at large, we’ll paraphrase what Google had to say for itself: H.264 licenses cost money; Firefox and Opera don’t support H.264 either; and big companies like Google are helping the little guy by championing this open alternative. We have to say, the eternal optimist in us is cheering them on. Oh, and the linguist in us, too. Read Google’s own words at our source link, and decide for yourself.

Google defends H.264 removal from Chrome, says WebM plug-ins coming to Safari and IE9 originally appeared on Engadget on Sun, 16 Jan 2011 02:02:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Google will drop H.264 support from Chrome, herd the masses towards WebM and Theora

We knew Google was rather fond of its WebM video standard, but we never expected a move like this: the company says it will drop support for the rival H.264 codec in its HTML5 video tag, and is justifying the move in the name of open standards somehow. Considering that H.264 is presently one of (if not the) most widely supported format out there, it sounds a little like Google shooting itself in the foot with a .357 round — especially considering the MPEG-LA just made H.264 royalty-free as long as it’s freely distributed just a few months ago. If that’s the case, Chrome users will have to download a H.264 plug-in to play most web video that’s not bundled up in Flash… which isn’t exactly an open-source format itself. Or hey, perhaps everyone will magically switch to Chrome, video providers will kowtow, unicorns will gaily prance, and WebM will dominate from now on.

Google will drop H.264 support from Chrome, herd the masses towards WebM and Theora originally appeared on Engadget on Tue, 11 Jan 2011 17:11:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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HTC HD2 CorePlayer 1.3.6 H.264 Video Test (800 x 336)


Test video clip: H.264, 800 x 336 pixels, 2000 Kbps CorePlayer 1.3.6, RAW video mode

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Q-See QSD2316L-320 16-Channel H.264 Pentaplex Network DVR with Mobile Phone Surveillance, Remote Internet Monitoring and Pre-Installed 320GB HDD

  • H.264 Compression
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This 16 channel DVR features remote Internet monitoring and mobile surveillance through cell phones with WinCE and Symbian OS on 3G networks. The H.264 compression allows for maximum storage and little loss of quality, while recording video on to the pre-installed 320GB hard drive. It can simultaneously display live footage, record, playback, connect via network, and back-up without any recording loss. Connect to a television or VGA monitor and view up to 16 cameras at the same time. Q-See solutions are the perfect answer for keeping your family secure, protecting your assets against theft, or managing your staff and resources more effectively. This easy to install complete security package has everything you need to setup a secure home or business. With Q-See, surveillance can be handled remotely ¿ worldwide.

Q-See QSD2316L-320 16-Channel H.264 Pentaplex Network DVR with Mobile Phone Surveillance, Remote Internet Monitoring and Pre-Installed 320GB HDD

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