[theora] NHW Project - AOM AV1 comparison
nhwcodec at gmail.com
Fri Oct 6 15:05:19 UTC 2017
Just very quickly, I was maybe a little clumsy in my last post and I wanted
to rectify.Just based on what I have read, it seems for me that AOM AV1
decoder can be implemented in mobile devices, but for the encoder, that is
ultra good but also very very complex, not sure if mobile device
manufacturers will choose it as default encoder for shooting videos in a
battery operated device for example.
But this is only my personal opinion.Do not hesitate to correct me if it's
2017-10-02 20:45 GMT+02:00 Raphael Canut <nhwcodec at gmail.com>:
> Hi Silvia,
> Thank you very much for your answer! Your opinion is much appreciated.
> Your advice is wisdom, but very quickly to rectify or precise my
> situation, I am finishing a 2-year job contract and there will maybe be a
> "vacation" period before the next contract (if I find one), so I would like
> to invest this time for the NHW Project, but that's right that image/video
> compression, open source are a passion for me and I would like to live of
> I have thought first contacting the Alliance for Open Media to know if
> they could consider a video codec with ultra low power consumption and good
> neatness for mobile devices, but as they don't have a forum, what would be
> the best way to reach them?
> Many thanks again.
> 2017-10-02 19:36 GMT+02:00 Silvia Pfeiffer <silviapfeiffer1 at gmail.com>:
>> You have to have a very strong conviction that your codec is better tho
>> pursue this full time. My suggestion: have some chats with mobile device
>> manufacturers first before you get your life on it.
>> Just my 2c worth.
>> Best Regards,
>> On 2 Oct. 2017 9:46 am, "Raphael Canut" <nhwcodec at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Just a very quick message.
>> I have seen the results of the last version of AOM AV1 on this page:
>> http://wyohknott.github.io/image-formats-comparison/ , and AOM AV1 is
>> now exceptional! -What I also like is that it has a good neatness-.The NHW
>> Project can not compete.The only advantage of the NHW Project is that it is
>> ultra fast, ultra low-power consumption (and at mid compression, I find
>> that it is globally on par with x265, sometimes more neatness is better,
>> sometimes it's more precision that is better).
>> Do you think the mobile devices market can be interested in the NHW
>> Project? I ask for it as I was considering working full-time now on the NHW
>> Project but the last version of AOM AV1 has calm me down.
>> Any comment welcome.
>> Many thanks!
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