11 Results for

h.264 codec

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Google yanking H.264 video out of Chrome

In Web video encoding, there are two major standards. Google just announced it's backing its own WebM over the codec Apple and Microsoft support.

By January 11, 2011

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QuickTime 7.5.5: H.264 playback stutters

Many QuickTime users use the H.264 codec to encode content, but under QuickTime 7.5.5, some users are experiencing stuttering upon playback of encoded video.

By October 16, 2008

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Twitch streaming from your PC guide: Getting your hardware together

Before you even sign up for a Twitch account, it's a good idea to round up some equipment.

By January 26, 2016

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HEVC, a new weapon in codec wars, to appear in September

The technology, also called H.265 and the successor to H.264, promises to double video quality for better streaming and higher-res TV. But it'll come with a patent burden, too.

By August 22, 2012

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Cisco, Mozilla open things up for real-time online video

Cisco and Mozilla reps declare that the free, open distribution of the H.264 codec enables streaming of real-time online video from the browser without plugins.

By October 30, 2013

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Google quietly starts 720p HD Hangouts rollout

The company is able to offer HD video through the use of VP8, an open video codec it's using to replace H.264.

By August 28, 2013

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Odds and Ends: Essential video codec packs for OS X

While most videos use common and open standards such as H.264 that are readily viewable, others may be more obscure and will require you to install a special codec to view them.

By February 5, 2010

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Ep. 1219: DARPA requests transformer flying cars. So do we.

The folks who built the Internet are thinking it could be a great idea if flying cars were available in military zones to help extract soldiers quickly from sensitive locations. And they should transform. So, awesome future on our way. Plus, Apple sells 1 million iPads, we try to untangle the h.264 codec mess, and the future of the Internet is cloudy.

By May 3, 2010

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Buzz Out Loud 1219: DARPA requests transformer flying cars. So do we. (podcast)

The folks who built the Internet are thinking it could be a great idea if flying cars were available in military zones to help extract soldiers quickly from sensitive locations. And they should transform. So, awesome future on our way. Plus, Apple sells 1 million iPads, we try to untangle the h.264 codec mess, and the future of the Internet is cloudy.

By May 3, 2010

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Hands-on with the Cowon A3

Psst. Hey, videophiles. Feast your eyes on the latest gem from South Korea -- it's the Cowon A3. Get out your codec checklists because this one supports H.264

By February 13, 2008