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    Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    Improved compression results in same visual quality at half the file size of H.265/HEVC.
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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    Thats a name I have not thought about in a long time. I'm pretty sure back in the day I was converting music using a Fraunhofer codec that was pretty good but not heard of them since.

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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    Quote Originally Posted by Kanoe View Post
    Thats a name I have not thought about in a long time. I'm pretty sure back in the day I was converting music using a Fraunhofer codec that was pretty good but not heard of them since.
    They are a huge German based research organisation:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fraunhofer_Society


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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    I'm excited about this because 265 was a huge game changer for me. Lets hope the licensing model affords the same freedom and uptake as previous codecs such as their mp3 onward.

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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    Quote Originally Posted by Kanoe View Post
    Thats a name I have not thought about in a long time. I'm pretty sure back in the day I was converting music using a Fraunhofer codec that was pretty good but not heard of them since.
    I think the name you're looking for is MP3.... :-)

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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    will they show x265 vs x266 screenshot comparison on a complex movie sceene?

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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    It sounds really good to me...

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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    Quote Originally Posted by Kanoe View Post
    Thats a name I have not thought about in a long time.
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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    The interesting thing is that Apple, Intel, Microsoft, and virtually every major tech company is also in the "Alliance for Open Media" group that is developing and supporting the open, royalty-free AV1 codec. Google is the major force behind that one since their VP10 codec was rolled into AV1 as the base.

    Will be interesting to see which one becomes more popular. Personally, I'd like to see open codecs become the mainstream for once.

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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    Quote Originally Posted by blokeinkent View Post
    I'm excited about this because 265 was a huge game changer for me. Lets hope the licensing model affords the same freedom and uptake as previous codecs such as their mp3 onward.
    AV1 is what you are looking for, x266 won't matter.

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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    Quote Originally Posted by tomcoleman View Post
    will they show x265 vs x266 screenshot comparison on a complex movie sceene?
    ofc not, the "example" they used that x265 4k 90min video uses 10GB shows that they are talking about streaming quality, not offline bitrates/quality

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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    Quote Originally Posted by Telekloud View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by blokeinkent View Post
    I'm excited about this because 265 was a huge game changer for me. Lets hope the licensing model affords the same freedom and uptake as previous codecs such as their mp3 onward.
    AV1 is what you are looking for, x266 won't matter.
    Bingo.

    H.265 is not used by the internet because the licensing around it imploded into factions demanding more money.

    H.266 will very likely suffer the same fate and be limited to broadcast video not internet streaming services.

    AV1 is the future internet codec and work on AV2 has already begun.

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    Re: Fraunhofer HHI releases state-of-the-art H.266/VVC codec

    Quote Originally Posted by Kato-2 View Post
    AV1 is the future internet codec
    Assuming Sisvel's actions don't scupper that...

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