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Rust AV1 encoder (rav1e) project
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Paper Abstract

Last year, the Alliance for Open Media released its next-generation video codec AV1. It achieves better compression than proprietary competitors, while its patents can be licensed via a royalty-free, open-source friendly license. With a broad array of industry support including all major browser vendors, many hardware partners, internet streaming and video conferencing providers, we think this is our best chance yet to create a successful video codec that achieves wide deployment. However publishing the AV1 standard is just the first step towards broad adoption. Now that the bitstream is finalized research has shifted to encoder algorithms for use in real-world, production environments. The Rust AV1 Encoder (rav1e) project at Mozilla is a clean room AV1 implementation targeting a variety of operating points. Where the standardization effort focused on tools that improved objective metrics, the rav1e project is focused on algorithms that improve perceived video quality.

Paper Details

Date Published: 6 September 2019
PDF: 8 pages
Proc. SPIE 11137, Applications of Digital Image Processing XLII, 111370L (6 September 2019); doi: 10.1117/12.2529592
Show Author Affiliations
Luca Barbato, Luminem (Italy)
VideoLAN Assn. (France)
David M. Barr, Xiph.Org Foundation (United States)
Ivan Molodetskikh, Mozilla Corp. (United States)
Lomonosov Moscow State Univ. (Russian Federation)
Christopher Montgomery, Mozilla Corp. (United States)
Xiph.Org Foundation (United States)
Shreevari S. P., Mozilla Corp. (United States)
Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering (India)
Raphaël A. Zumer, École de Technologie Supérieure (Canada)
Nathan E. Egge, Mozilla Corp. (United States)
Xiph.Org Foundation (United States)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 11137:
Applications of Digital Image Processing XLII
Andrew G. Tescher; Touradj Ebrahimi, Editor(s)

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