Consumer Electronics Giants Endorse MPEG-5 Video Codec

(Image credit: Huawei) SHENZEN, China—Three of the world’s largest manufacturers of consumer electronics have officially approved a new video codec designed to deliver high resolution video, including 4K UHD, 8K, VR, AR and HDR content. The MPEG-5 EVC standard is a video coding standard for ISO/IEC Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG). Huawei, Qualcomm and Samsung announced the approval of MPEG-5 Essential Video Coding (EVC) last week and said they will collaborate to promote the new standard and  “reaffirmed their commitments to offer fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory terms for their respective essential patent claims covering this standard. ” The companies said they will announce their respective licensing terms for MPEG-5 EVC within two years.  PLUS: 8K: Delivery Challenges and Industry Readiness“The MPEG-5 EVC standard is expected to be a great video codec for emerging delivery protocols and networks, such as 5G, enabling the delivery of high-quality video services to an ever-growing audience by providing improved coding performance,” the companies said in their announcement. Topics MPEG-5 MPEG-5 EVC Huawei Qualcomm Samsung UHD resolutions.

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