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Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Encodings/vpx


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Timestamp:
05/31/15 10:07:26 (4 years ago)
Author:
Antoine Martin
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  • Encodings/vpx

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    11{{{#!div class="box"
    22= vpx: VP8 and VP9 Encoder =
    3 The vpx codec supports both VP8 and VP9 formats. However, as of {{{libvpx-v1.3.0}}} encoding using VP9 is so slow that it is totally useless.
     3The vpx codec supports both VP8 and VP9 formats.
     4However, VP9 is disabled in versions before 0.15 because it was too slow to be useful.
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    56[[BR]]
    6 Please also note that VP8 currently only supports {{{YUV420P}}} colour subsampled data, which leads to visual degradation.
    7 
    8 Because of these shortcomings, the vpx codec lags well behind the [/wiki/Encodings/x264 x264] and [/wiki/Encodings/nvenc NVENC] video encoders.
     7Please also note that VP8 currently only supports {{{YUV420P}}} colour subsampled data, which leads to some visual degradation, especially with text.
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    1514
    1615For encoding and decoding support, you should install {{{libvpx}}}.
     16You will need libvpx 1.4 for full VP9 support.
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    1818For decoding support only (client) it is possible to use the {{{dec_avcodec}}} or {{{dec_avcodec2}}} modules if [http://www.ffmpeg.org/ ffmpeg] (or [http://libav.org/ libav] if you use this fork) were built with vpx support.