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  1. A while back I predicted that Intel's SVT encoders were the future of encoding, it seems I was partially right:

    https://newsroom.intel.com/news-releases/intel-ces-2020/

    Netflix optimizes and accelerates media streaming services: Netflix has utilized the latest video compression technology, AV1, to enhance Netflix’s media streaming services and bring content to life across the globe, with up to 60% compression efficiency over the previous compression technology (AVC). Intel’s and Netflix’s joint efforts continue with the development of an open-source high-performance encoder (SVT-AV1), optimized on 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, that delivers significant quality and performance gains making it viable for commercial deployment.
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    Great.

    Now if only they'd bring back some shows that were removed, or uncancel some series (Marvel), then we'd actually care a bit more.
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  3. Originally Posted by sophisticles View Post
    A while back I predicted that Intel's SVT encoders were the future of encoding, it seems I was partially right:

    https://newsroom.intel.com/news-releases/intel-ces-2020/

    Netflix optimizes and accelerates media streaming services: Netflix has utilized the latest video compression technology, AV1, to enhance Netflix’s media streaming services and bring content to life across the globe, with up to 60% compression efficiency over the previous compression technology (AVC). Intel’s and Netflix’s joint efforts continue with the development of an open-source high-performance encoder (SVT-AV1), optimized on 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors, that delivers significant quality and performance gains making it viable for commercial deployment.
    Some of us don't have to guess / predict what Netflix is going to use to encode there streams we read the press release from april last year
    https://newsroom.intel.com/news/intel-netflix-deliver-av1-scalable-codec-power-next-ge...ual-workloads/

    And i predict that Vimeo is going to use Rav1e...
    https://press.vimeo.com/61553-vimeo-introduces-support-for-royalty-free-video-codec-av1
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    But, but, this guy said companies were clamoring to use his revolutionary ZPEG codec back in 2016! https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/380675-Announcing-ZPEG-Demonstration-Site-Works-wi...h-h264-h265%21

    Man, I'm being such a jerk lately!
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  5. Originally Posted by lingyi View Post
    But, but, this guy said companies were clamoring to use his revolutionary ZPEG codec back in 2016! https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/380675-Announcing-ZPEG-Demonstration-Site-Works-wi...h-h264-h265%21

    Man, I'm being such a jerk lately!
    Oh man, I had forgotten about this guy that claimed to have a PhD in video encoding from some school in Florida. I can't believe it's been over 3 years already.
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  6. I didn't know about that, thanks for the info.

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