[theora] NHW codec - improvement of precision (Daniel Hendrycks)

Raphael Canut nhwcodec at gmail.com
Wed Jun 13 05:48:28 PDT 2012


Just a quick message to let you know that my codec is now opensource, and
I'm very happy with it.

I have also just corrected 2 little errors in my previous version, and so
this new version is a little better.I have updated the source code and
binaries links on my demo page ( http://nhwcodec.blogspot.com/ ).Any
comment or question about the codec is very welcome.
-I have also nearly validated 2 next higher quality settings (+5Ko and
+8-10Ko in average), if it could be of interest, also do not hesitate to
let me know.-

Again, the only real "advantage" of my codec is that it is a fast codec,
with notably a very fast decoding time I think.

Very quickly to finish, if there would be some projects with open calls for
new and low-complexity technology, and that my codec could be of interest,
please do not hesitate to let me know (would be very helpful).

Many thanks,

2012/6/6 Jason Self <jason at bluehome.net>

> Raphael Canut said:
> > this can be easily corrected.
> Then please do.
> > The problem is that my codec is absolutely not finalized (my algorithm is
> > definitely not good on the 5% of rather compressed and "very blurred"
> images... > and that's a major drawback...), the source code would also
> really
> need to be
> > cleaned up...
> The free software movement is not a technical movement. All of the things
> you've
> mentioned can be improved, and none are prerequisites to putting it under a
> proper free [1] license now.
> [1] http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html
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