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SANNCE® D3708G31 8-CH H.264 Realtime Digital Video Recorder DVR Surveillance System (P2P HDMI/VGA/BNC, USB Backup) (8-CH HDMI)

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This is an advanced H.264 smart 8-Channel DVR (does not come with HDD) that allows you to access it remotely from both the internet via internet explorer and/or select 3G smart cell phones including your Android, iPhone and iPad. 9 more words

Google being sued over video compression technology used in H.264 and VP8 standards

No, we’re not talking about Pied Piper here: Google is being sued by Max Sound Corporation over patented technology which allows for “far more economically efficient transport of digital content due to greatly optimized data capacity.” 439 more words

Google Corporate

Basics of Video Compression, Part I

Most of the web traffic going to residential customers today is video. This is going to be the first of a series of blogs that looks at the techniques that allow video to be delivered efficiently over the Internet and over various types of networks. 699 more words

Technology

Lower your size of Video --- But keep your Great Quality!

HandBrake is an open source video transcoder.   It takes the high quality videos you have now, but reduces them to a smaller size. It keeps the same quality as your original video. 168 more words

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How to install opencv 2.4.10 in ubuntu 14.04 LTS

OpenCV (Open Source Computer Vision) is a library of programming functions mainly aimed at real-time computer vision. This cross platform library mainly focuses on real-time image processing. 714 more words

Gnu/linux Tips

Compiling ffmpeg and vlc from source

Both ffmpeg and vlc are two of the important applications in free software media processing. I wanted to compile both to incorporate latest codecs, x264 and libvpx for video along with aac and libopus for audio. 546 more words

Linux

MPEG-DASH: Encoding. Profiles and Levels

Media encoding plays a significant role in MPEG-DASH media creation. The way we encode our media may affect the playback on target devices. So, it’s very important to think not only about encoding, but also about whether the target device will be able to decode media and display it. 2,444 more words

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