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.
Are you trying to watch a video using the AV1 codec, but it won’t play on Windows 10? That’s because you don’t have the required codec. Here’s how to get it for free.
1 is the new open source and royalty-free video codec for next-generation Ultra High Definition video compression and delivery over the web. It has been developed by the industry wide consortium Alliance for Open Media and is designed to meet growing Internet demand for top-quality video scenarios across devices of all kinds and for users worldwide.
Microsoft has quietly released the AV1 Video Extention for Windows 10 in the Microsoft Store. The new codec brings more video options for video steaming in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 (via MSPoweruser).
Microsoft has released support for the new AV1 royalty-free video codec for Windows 10 via the Microsoft Store.
Demuxed is the annual conference for video engineers by video engineers. Held on October 17 and 18 in San Francisco, the conference included 31 speakers giving talks in rapid fire fashion ranging in duration from 10 to 30 minutes
The emerging video codec AV1 is a challenger to current standards like H.264, but Bitmovin CEO Stefan Lederer said it’s better to view AV1 and complementary and not as a replacement.
Last month, I hosted a Bitmovin event called Battle of the Codecs that compared various characteristics of H.264, VP9, HEVC, AV1, and VVC to identify each codec’s deployment opportunities.
At the Streaming Summit, taking place as part of the NAB Show New York on Oct. 17-18th, Jai Krishnan, Product Manager at Chrome and Nathan Egge, Video Codec Engineer at Mozilla will share a look at AV1, the royalty-free video codec finalized by the Alliance for Open Media earlier this year.
Alliance for Open Media spokesman Matt Frost on the rollout of AV1 and the creation of another delivery codec.
AV1 is a new video codec by the Alliance for Open Media, composed of most of the important Web companies (Google, Facebook, Netflix, Amazon, Microsoft,…). AV1 has the potential to be up to 20% better than the HEVC codec, but the patents license is totally free, while HEVC patents licenses are insanely high and very confusing.
Platform Communications, the technology communications expert, has revealed that the Platform Media Index for IBC 2018 reveals ‘Online Video’ and ‘Media Convergence’ were the hottest topics at the global broadcast industry show – accounting for more than a third of share of voice combined. The Index provides a snapshot of leading media technology trends, moves being made by key industry players, and discussions in the media around the event.
Netflix is adding HDR image support to its platform browsing experience to match up with the HDR streaming support it’s featured for some time now.
IBC2018: The video industry will have to learn to juggle between AV1, H.264, HEVC and VP9 and future codecs like VVC. That’s the lesson from IBC where warring factions in the codec wars came to trade blows without landing a palpable hit.
Google has launched the first beta of video playback using the AV1 codec on YouTube. Initially, the amount of videos encoded with AV1 will be limited, and only Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox users will be able to playback the AV1 encoded videos.
IBC2018: Expert IBC panel weighs up competing codec technologies.
Allegro DVT Announces Availability of Full Compliance Test Suite for Alliance for Open Media’s New AV1 Video Codec
Allegro DVT, the leading provider of video codec compliance test suites and semiconductor video IPs, announces the immediate availability of its AV1 compliance streams following the public release of the AOMedia Video Codec 1.0 (AV1) specification by the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia) on March 28th, 2018.
Open source supporters and companies are teaming up to offer the next general of video delivery. The Alliance for Open Media (AOMEDIA) is made up of companies like Mozilla, Google, Cisco, Amazon and Netflix, and on a mission to create an open video format and new codec called AV1.
Here’s a surprising fact: It costs money to watch video online, even on free sites like YouTube. That’s because about 4 in 5 videos on the web today rely on a patented technology called the H.264 video codec.
The rise of online video has impacted media distribution at unprecedented levels. Providing great video quality is no longer a competitive advantage, but rather a “must have”—and the crux of this lies in how video is delivered. As the amount of data we need to get content delivered increases, new approaches to video compression are an absolute necessity.
Ready to get more value out of video? Prepare yourself for AV1.
Vimeo, the ad-free open video platform, has joined the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia) as a Promoter member.
Online video tech company Vimeo said it has joined the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia) as a promoter member.
Video platform Vimeo is the newest promoter member of the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia), an organization pushing the development and implementation of video codec AV1.
Vimeo, the world’s largest ad-free open video platform, today announced that it has joined the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia) as a Promoter member.
Online open video platform Vimeo announced Monday that it is the latest company to join the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia), a group backing video codec AV1.
New technologies from the likes of Facebook and other vendors to improve viewer engagement and squeeze more data into video streams were on display at the Streaming Media East conference.
In January, Apple caused quite a stir with the announcement that it would now be a member of the Alliance for Open Media, the consortium behind the new video codec AV1). In Bitmovin, we have this announcement positive, albeit surprised, recorded, Apple was one of the big votes that have been missing in the discussion about AV1 yet. Fortunately, that is not the case anymore. We are not alone with this feeling. Industry experts from all locations agree that this is a positive step. Matt Frost, Head of Media Strategy and Partnerships for the team behind Google Chrome, said: “It’s an absolutely important development and a sign that times are changing and tenacity is paying off,” CNET cites. This article is written in the German language.
In September 2015 the leading video codec in terms of compression efficiency was HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding, or H.265). The specification was approved by ITU-T in April 2013, and implementations were already available in both software and hardware form.
Social network is delivering AV1-encoded video over MPEG-DASH on Chrome Canary
Industry giants, including Cisco and Microsoft, have backed AOMedia’s new royalty-free codec. So, what does this mean for royalty-bearing video coding standards?
The social network takes its first steps to send video using a new technology that can cut your data use, improve quality, and deliver videos faster.
Some of the leading exponents of AV1 speak with IBC365 about the origins of AV1, the industry’s reaction to the codec, and how it is likely to evolve.
The video-streaming platform, touted as the country’s Netflix-equivalent, announced that it has joined the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia), an international group made up of leading companies in the video-related tech industry. AOMedia’s founders, which include Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, IBM, and Netflix, formed the organisation to address the need for open standards for video compression and delivery over the web. (iQiyi)
Digital video platform iQIYI has become the first member of the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia) to come from China.