[OT]h.264 alternatives

Richard Gaskin ambassador at fourthworld.com
Wed Jul 19 23:13:31 CEST 2017


Stephen Barncard wrote:

 > Which means every network and independent film-maker is breaking the
 > law...
 >   because I guarantee that they're not looking at the EULA when
 > sending off their work for broadcast or theater.    I see this every
 > day.
 >
 > Kinda like "don't ask don't tell" if you ask me.
 >
 > And unenforceable. They'd have to sue everyone using their product.

Is that any more difficult than identifying a specific printer used to 
print a document?

<http://www.instructables.com/id/Yellow-Dots-of-Mystery-Is-Your-Printer-Spying-on-/>


 > I just don't worry about this stuff when working on music or video
 > projects.

In this case I'm working with a client in which my contract obliges me 
to ensure there are no copyright or patent liabilities in delivered work.

I can push it off on their legal team, but as a consultant it seems 
useful to be able to suggest alternatives as well.

-- 
  Richard Gaskin
  Fourth World Systems
  Software Design and Development for the Desktop, Mobile, and the Web
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