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* Matroska CodecID: V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC
 
* Matroska CodecID: V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC
 
* Technical Description: [http://students.washington.edu/lorenm/src/x264/ITU-T_H264.pdf.gz http://students.washington.edu/lorenm/src/x264/ITU-T_H264.pdf.gz]
 
* Technical Description: [http://students.washington.edu/lorenm/src/x264/ITU-T_H264.pdf.gz http://students.washington.edu/lorenm/src/x264/ITU-T_H264.pdf.gz]
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* Draft Specs from 2003: [http://www.dspr.com/www/technology/JVT-G050.pdf http://www.dspr.com/www/technology/JVT-G050.pdf]
  
 
MPEG-4 part 10 video, also known as AVC, or "Advanced Video Coding." Gee, the codec even has the word "Advanced" in the name - it '''must''' be good!
 
MPEG-4 part 10 video, also known as AVC, or "Advanced Video Coding." Gee, the codec even has the word "Advanced" in the name - it '''must''' be good!

Revision as of 03:53, 20 February 2006

MPEG-4 part 10 video, also known as AVC, or "Advanced Video Coding." Gee, the codec even has the word "Advanced" in the name - it must be good!

Here is a good picture comparing VC-1 and AVC.[1]