Video format for mobile
tom at makeshyft.com
Thu Apr 9 14:34:34 EDT 2020
Hi Richard, thats exactly what they did.
Now if only would could get a LC and CEF build with that. Do you think it
would be a lot of work to add the codec to LC player and a build of CEF to
go with it?
I got the licensing documents 2 years ago from MPEG-LA...... and had I
started to read them then...I would have just finished.
The good part is the MPEG-LA gives you 100,000 licenses free of charge, and
after that its also very cheap / user.
On Thu, Apr 9, 2020 at 2:27 PM Richard Gaskin via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> Tom Glod wrote:
> > There is cisco's openh264 codec which they open sourced. So that is a
> > potential solution that would have to include the livecode team.
> > https://github.com/cisco/openh264
> Super-cool, Tom. Thanks for posting that.
> It's an impressive work, both technically for its breadth of support and
> with its license, the permissive MIT-like BSD 2-Clause "Simplified"
> Curious about how they were able to pull that off without triggering the
> patent wrath of the MPEG-LA consortium, it seems Cisco wrote a large
> check and is absorbing the cost internally, not passing that cost on to
> users of the component:
> This is how we can watch Netflix in Firefox, and many other things with
> proprietary and DRM content.
> Thanks, Cisco!
> Richard Gaskin
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