ambassador at fourthworld.com
Wed Jul 19 23:35:20 CEST 2017
Simon Smith wrote:
> I would stay with h.264 if possible - its popular and supported by
> most platforms. Having to trouble shoot video issues on an ongoing
> basis is not really fun. But yes - there is a licencing requirement
> if its being used commercially - no idea how actively it is policed.
> Are the video's going to be shared commercially? How will they be
> accessed etc etc etc. Depending on the video's, length and number
> of users etc ,
> there could be no actual costs incurred -
> http://www.mpegla.com/main/programs/AVC/Documents/avcweb.pdf and even
> if costs were to be incurred, what would be the support costs and
> possibly losses if a less popular codec was used.
With Ogg's BSD-style license it would be ideal if it were more widely
supported. But as it is I'll raise the issue and let their legal team
sort it out. With any luck they may already have a license.
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