Google gets to support major device manufacturers of video compression technology VP9




Google gets to support major device manufacturers of video compression technology VP9

Google has announced that all top vendors hard gear will support soon-9 video compression technology open source in PHP “(VP) primarily in products, a boost for the technology that launched the company last year by 2012.

The company also will allow for video sharing website YouTube, its video HD TV which is known as the “k-” (4K) directly to personal computers, mobile devices and televisions.

The new partners include both “arm” (ARM), and “brodkom” (Broadcom), and “Intel”, “LG”, “Marvel” (Marvell), and “media tech” (MediaTek) and “NVIDIA”, “Panasonic”, “Philips” and “Qualcomm”, “reel tech (RealTek),” Samsung “,” Sigma “(Sigma), and” Sony “,” toshibia. ”

According to the Director of partnerships with Google, “Francisco Varela, next year will see the emergence of many models of 2015 TVs and DVD players Blu-ray (Blu-ray) of these companies essentially supports video compression technology” in my 9 ″, for computers and mobile devices will also support this technology by the year 2014.

Google says that the video clips compressed with “in my 9″ will provide 50% of the bandwidth compared to the technology in my 8″ or criterion”. 264″ (H. 264). According to Varela, technical support “mean in my 9″ on YouTube video clips quickly start regardless of accuracy.


The reason behind the accessibility support of video compression technology “in my 9″ open source, according to Varela, is free, especially the steel gear and software vendors are forced to pay a fee for the use of the criterion of material”. 264.

“Google had acquired in 2010 on en to technologies” (On2 Technologies), a developer of technologies “in my 8″ and” in my 9″ for 123 million dollars, then tried “Google” with its allies to combine “in my 8″ and free codecs Ogg Vorbis (Vorbis) to form a special video streaming technology, dubbed” the Web “(WebM), a technology that the company strives to get support like I did with” in my 9″.

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