VP9 is starting to find its way into chipsets, making VP9 hardware acceleration a reality. How is this turning out, and what the future of video coding looks like?
There’s been progress in the Alliance of Open Media recently, and all of it is positive. Here’s a quick analysis of the various players.
H.264 is about to become the popular choice for WebRTC developers. Here are a few reasons why this is happening.
When looking at VP8 vs VP9, is the main incentive to switch lies in quality or bitrate requirements?
WebRTC video conferencing vendors? The natural players seem to be warming up to WebRTC. Here’s what they are doing and how they fare.
There are various ways to achieve video scalability in WebRTC, and VP9 is going to add some intereting new opportunities in this regards. Learn what simulcast and SVC means and how they fit into the bigger picture in WebRTC.
Microsoft and Apple are gearing up for WebRTC support. How will that translate into market adoption, and what should we see in 2016 from them?
A WebRTC SFU is simple enough to develop, but probably quite complex to maintain and improve over time. Here’s what to expect as challenges moving forward.
How does Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV stack against each other, and is 4K have a serious role in the comparison?
Microsoft just announced support for ORTC in both Edge and Skype. Here are a few of my thoughts about this move and how it relates to WebRTC.