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Old 28th August 2019, 22:50   #11  |  Link
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Originally Posted by benwaggoner View Post
Yeah, so much about AV1's future is dependent on codec licensing and businesss issues that AOM has no control over.

VVC will definitely offer better compression efficiency than AV1, and it seems increasingly probably it can do so with fewer MIPS/watts/mm^2 of silicon.

Of course, the more viable AV1 is, the more pressure there would be on VVC patent holders to come up with a clearer licensing story than HEVC has been dealing with.
LOL, my original post was so full of spelling mistakes I couldn't even comprehend what I was trying to say.

Competition is great.

But I do see the need of Free to use Codec, I just wish they could allow VVC to be royalty free for software uses, and only collect royalty on dedicated hardware.
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