In the News 2019-06-12T09:41:56-04:00

Latest News on AOMedia and AV1

News on the subject of AOMedia and the creation and adoption of its revolutionary new AV1 video codec is fast and furious. Below is an up-to-date resource of AOMedia and AV1 in the news.

Intel and Netflix team on open source SVT-AV1 codec

CSI – September 4, 2019

Intel and Netflix have announced SVT-AV1 as an alternative AV1 solution to the open-source community, enabling more rapid AV1 algorithm development.

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Cisco Delivers Real-Time AV1 Video Codec

UCToday – July 12, 2019

Leading communication and collaboration company, Cisco recently announced the arrival of its new real-time high-quality AV1 encoder for video collaboration. The new solution reduces bandwidth when it comes to video conferencing, and enables the delivery of next-generation content, all while avoiding the patenting problems common with the deployment of H.265.

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Vimeo adds support for AV1 codec

Videonet – June 27, 2019

Vimeo has added support for the AV1 codec, which enables HD and UHD content be streamed to audiences at a reduced bitrate.

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Android Q release date, new features and everything you need to know

TechRadar – June 20, 2019

We got a lot of info about Android Q at Google IO 2019, and the keynote confirmed several rumors we’ve been hearing ahead of the operating system’s release date.

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Vimeo adds support for the royalty-free AV1 video codec

XDA Developers – June 14, 2019

When people watch a TV show or movie on one of the many streaming services out there, they rarely (if ever) think about the video codec that service uses.

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Vimeo announces support for AV1 Codec

TVB Europe – June 14, 2019

Vimeo has announced it now supports the AV1 codec, which it said will enable the site to better deliver videos at a reduced bitrate but the same high visual quality.

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Vimeo Announces Support for AV1 Codec, Starts With Staff Picks

StreamingMedia – June 13, 2019

Video sharing site Vimeo announced today that it now supports the AV1 codec, which it believes will let it deliver videos at a reduced bitrate but the same high visual quality. It’s starting small, encoding its Staff Picks selections in AV1 and streaming them to supporting platforms, which include Chrome and Firefox. The company didn’t announce when or if it will expand AV1 encoding to additional videos.

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Vimeo Announces Support for AV1 Codec, Starts With Staff Picks

StreamingMedia – June 13, 2019

Video sharing site Vimeo announced today that it now supports the AV1 codec, which it believes will let it deliver videos at a reduced bitrate but the same high visual quality. It’s starting small, encoding its Staff Picks selections in AV1 and streaming them to supporting platforms, which include Chrome and Firefox. The company didn’t announce when or if it will expand AV1 encoding to additional videos.

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Vimeo now supports AV1 video codec

FierceVideo – June 13, 2019

Video creator platform Video today joined the ranks of media and technology companies that support the royalty-free open-source AV1 video codec.

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Vimeo now supports AV1 video codec

Fierce Video – June 13, 2019

Video creator platform Video today joined the ranks of media and technology companies that support the royalty-free open-source AV1 video codec.

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Vimeo Streams in Support for AV1

LightReading – June 13, 2019

Vimeo has extended support for AV1, marking some real-world progress for a new bandwidth-efficient, royalty-free video codec. Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Mozilla and many others back the same codec.

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Everything You Need to Know About the Google Pixel 4

Gadget Hacks – June 12, 2019

With the new year comes a new pair of smartphones from the company behind the Android platform. It seems it was only a few months ago that Google announced the Pixel 3 and 3 XL with its somewhat disappointing design. It seems they heard the critics and for the first time, will deliver.

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Google releases Android Q Beta 4 (with final APIs)

Liliputing – June 5, 2019

The next major version of Android is coming this fall, and Google’s latest Android Q beta should make life a little easier for developers working to ensure their apps are compatible.

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Google releases Android Q Beta 4 (with final APIs)

Lilputing – June 5, 2019

The next major version of Android is coming this fall, and Google’s latest Android Q beta should make life a little easier for developers working to ensure their apps are compatible.

Android Q Beta 4, which is out today, includes the final APIs and official SDK for Android Q.

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Microsoft’s Flipgrid rolls out automatic transcription, AR tools, and Code.org content

VentureBeat – June 5, 2019

It’s been roughly a year since Microsoft acquired Flipgrid (formerly Vikdu), an education-focused platform aimed at students and teachers, and the latter’s dev team evidently hasn’t lightened its workload since. Flipgrid kicked off the FlipgridLive 2019 convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in style this morning with a slew of new features that’ll roll out to customers in the coming weeks.

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What Features and Changes Google Brings to Android Q?

CustomerThink – May 31, 2019

Android, is the leading mobile operating system globally. It was designed and developed by Google. It is based on the modified or modern version of Linux Kennel and open creator software created for touchscreen devices. The Android application development company handpicks android developers that help with advance development of Android products and applications. Developing software for the Android platform can be a complex issue. A mobile app development company includes a lot of hard work and skilled technicians to perform the tasks.

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Intel’s Open-Source SVT-AV1 Video Encoder Ends May With Another Performance Boost

Phoronix – May 30, 2019

It’s been very fascinating to watch the speed improvements of Intel’s SVT-AV1 open-source AV1 video encoder since in February when being made aware of Intel’s new SVT video projects. The SVT-AV1 project is ending out May with another step-up in performance for what is already one of the fastest CPU-based AV1 video encoders.

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Intel’s Open-Source SVT-AV1 Video Encoder Ends May With Another Performance Boost

Phoronix – May 30, 2019

It’s been very fascinating to watch the speed improvements of Intel’s SVT-AV1 open-source AV1 video encoder since in February when being made aware of Intel’s new SVT video projects. The SVT-AV1 project is ending out May with another step-up in performance for what is already one of the fastest CPU-based AV1 video encoders.

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SME ’19: Tim Siglin Recaps Highlights of Streaming Media East

StreamingMedia – May 28, 2019

One of the first things I’ll talk about is multiple codecs. I hosted a panel yesterday with a number of people, one from Mozilla, one from Twitch, one from Vimeo, one from Ellation or Crunchyroll. And there were engineers, and one of the things that we talked about was the move back toward multiple codecs.

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Android Q features you’ll love: Higher-quality audio and video

Android Central – May 27, 2019

Everyone has a different set of rules when it comes to how they use their phone, but one thing most everyone has in common is enjoying audio and video on the go. The bright vibrant display on your phone is perfect for watching a movie or a show and there’s no better music or podcast player than the one that stays in your pocket. While hardware manufacturers do everything they can to make sure the device capabilities are better with each generation, Android needs to keep pace on the software side.

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Android Q features you’ll love: Higher-quality audio and video

Android Central – May 27, 2019

Everyone has a different set of rules when it comes to how they use their phone, but one thing most everyone has in common is enjoying audio and video on the go. The bright vibrant display on your phone is perfect for watching a movie or a show and there’s no better music or podcast player than the one that stays in your pocket. While hardware manufacturers do everything they can to make sure the device capabilities are better with

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Firefox 67 enables AV1 video decoder ‘dav1d’, by default on all desktop platforms

Packt – May 27, 2019

Last week, Mozilla announced the release of Firefox 67, with many performance enhancing features to make Firefox “faster than ever”. On Thursday, Nathan Egge and Christopher Montgomery wrote a blogpost explaining the importance of high performance, royalty free AV1 video decoder, called ‘dav1d’. This feature is now enabled by default on all desktop platforms of Mozilla (Windows, OSX and Linux) for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.

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SME ’19: Twitch’s Tarek Amara Talks Multi-Codec Streaming

StreamingMedia – May 27, 2019

Tim Siglin: Welcome back to Streaming Media East 2019. I’m Tim Siglin, Contributing Editor with Streaming Media magazine and the founding executive director of not for profit Help Me! Stream. And today I’m honored to have with me Tarek Amara of Twitch. What’s your title now at Twitch?

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SME ’19: Twitch’s Tarek Amara Talks Multi-Codec Streaming Learn more about multiple-codec content delivery at Streaming Media’s next event.

Streaming Media – May 27, 2019

Welcome back to Streaming Media East 2019. I’m Tim Siglin, Contributing Editor with Streaming Media magazine and the founding executive director of not for profit Help Me! Stream. And today I’m honored to have with me Tarek Amara of Twitch. What’s your title now at Twitch?

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What’s in the latest Firefox update? Mozilla gives the gas, lays on new privacy options

Computerworld – May 23, 2019

Mozilla this week shipped Firefox 67 for Windows, macOS and Linux with performance improvements that – when added to improvements that over the past year – make the browser 80% faster, according to the company.

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Firefox 67 adds speed improvements for desktop, a new Search widget on Android

XDA Developers – May 22, 2019

Mozilla’s Firefox isn’t the most popular web browser around, but it’s almost the only competitor left for Google Chrome. Its open-source nature and the focus on privacy are just some of the features that let Firefox stay relevant in the market. The development team behind the product always work hard to improve user experience by fixing the bugs and expanding the functionality. Mozilla just pushed version 67 of Firefox on desktop and Android platforms. Most of the changes are hidden under the hood, but there are some noticeable ones.

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Firefox 67 claimed to be “up to 80pc faster than a year ago”

Hexus – May 22, 2019

Mozilla has updated its Firefox browser with the emphasis on speed improvements. However, speed isn’t the only improvement under the bonnet in Firefox 67, there are compelling improvements to Firefox Quantum’s already stand-out privacy features and customisation options.

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HEVC IP Owners Are Killing the Golden Goose Over Royalties

StreamingMedia – May 22, 2019

Recent input at Streaming Media East reveals HEVC to be a diverse and powerful technology that many publishers have permanently eschewed due to unclear royalty policies and excessive royalty demands. I don’t mean this to be (yet another) bash-the-greedy-HEVC-IP-owners post, but a continuation on the cautionary tale on how HEVC IP owners have potentially killed the goose that could have laid the golden egg. With VVC coming down the pike, it’s a story that can’t be told too often.

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Mozilla Firefox 67 Is Now Available for All Supported Ubuntu Linux Releases

Softpedia – May 22, 2019

The Firefox 67 web browser arrived on May 21st, 2019, and promises to be the fastest Firefox release to date thanks to the numerous internal performance improvements implemented by Mozilla. Firefox 67 also comes with a built-in crypto miner and fingerprinter blocker, and a much-improved Private Browsing mode.

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Mozilla’s Firefox gets even faster

Fudzilla – May 22, 2019

Mozilla today launched Firefox 67 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android which doubles down on performance and privacy. Firefox 67 includes deprioritising least commonly used features, suspending unused tabs, faster startup, blocking of cryptomining and fingerprinting, Private Browsing improvements, voice input in the Android search widget, and more.

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Faster Firefox 67 blocks fingerprinting, crypto-naughtiness

CNET – May 21, 2019

A year and a half after introducing its first Quantum-branded version of Firefox, Mozilla is still working to speed up its web browser.

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Firefox 67 adds even more speed and some extra privacy

The Inquirer – May 21, 2019

THE MOZILLA FOUNDATION has released the latest version of its Firefox browser, promising it is ‘faster than ever’. Firefox 67 continues improvements brought by the ‘Quantum Engine’ released last year, which has brought Firefox back in line with its competitors in terms of speed and performance.

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Firefox 67 adds even more speed and some extra privacy

The Inquirer – May 21, 2019

THE MOZILLA FOUNDATION has released the latest version of its Firefox browser, promising it is ‘faster than ever’. Firefox 67 continues improvements brought by the ‘Quantum Engine’ released last year, which has brought Firefox back in line with its competitors in terms of speed and performance.

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Firefox 67 arrives with new performance and privacy features, voice search widget on Android

VentureBeat – May 21, 2019

Mozilla today launched Firefox 67 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android. The 10th release since Mozilla’s big Firefox Quantum launch in November 2017 doubles down on performance and privacy.

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Firefox 67 focuses on speed, while adding new privacy controls for cryptomining and fingerprinting

TechSpot – May 21, 2019

With the release of Firefox 57 in 2017, Mozilla rebranded its open-source browser as Firefox Quantum and outlined ambitions to take the fight to market leader Google. Since then, Mozilla has steadily changed the look and feel of Firefox, and added functions such as Firefox Send, Facebook Container, and Firefox Monitor.

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