[Icecast-dev] MPEG DASH
Yannick "Modah" Gouez
ymg at stea.mn
Tue Feb 11 01:26:50 PST 2014
I totally understand.
I am using icecast for my live streaming project and I think DASH would be
a great addition to icecast especially since I saw the work from the guys
at streamroot.io . They managed to achieve P2P streaming using MPEG dash,
dash.js and their own trackers.
Is there anything I can do to help go forward with DASH ? I'm in no way an
IPR expert but if anything ...
On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 10:11 AM, Thomas B. Ruecker <thomas at ruecker.fi>wrote:
> On 11/02/14 10:34, Yannick "Modah" Gouez wrote:
> > DASH being an open standard, doesnt make it necessarily patent free ?
> > http://dashif.org/about-dash-industry-forum/
> By analogy OOXML is called an open standard too. Still there are
> apparently significant IPR risks involved.
> I wrote solid IPR evaluation for a reason.
> > On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 9:12 AM, "Thomas B. Rücker"
> > <thomas.ruecker at tieto.com <mailto:thomas.ruecker at tieto.com>> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On 11/02/14 10:00, Yannick "Modah" Gouez wrote:
> > > Hi guys,
> > >
> > > I was wondering if there were any plans for MPEG DASH support in
> > icecast ?
> > I've been loosely following the libDASH development, making Icecast
> > align with that may be possible, though I have not evaluated this
> > properly.
> > Anything MPEG is out of the question though as that entails
> > patents, if
> > DASH itself is covered by patents and requires licensing, it's out.
> > DASH is container and codec agnostic so in theory could support
> > like Ogg or MKV/WebM.
> > To sum up: Solid IPR evaluation necessary, then PoC by whomever sees
> > fit. In that order.
> > Cheers
> > Thomas
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