Linked by Eugenia Loli on Wed 12th Dec 2007 05:56 UTC
Benchmarks A lot was said lately about the Vorbis/Theora vs h.264/AAC situation on the draft of the HTML5. As some of you know, video is my main hobby these days (I care not about operating systems anymore), so I have gain some experience on the field lately, and at the same time this has made me more demanding about video quality. Read on for a head to head test: OGG Theora/Vorbis vs MP4 h.264/AAC. Yup, with videos. And pictures.
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RE[4]: Video Quality
by hobgoblin on Wed 12th Dec 2007 10:49 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Video Quality"
hobgoblin
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2005-07-06

think about it for a moment...

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RE[5]: Video Quality
by Eugenia on Wed 12th Dec 2007 10:55 in reply to "RE[4]: Video Quality"
Eugenia Member since:
2005-06-28

There is nothing to think about. Youtube is big because it's big, the rest have to compete by upping the quality. So quality does matter. And companies like apple and nokia do care about quality, because their customers do, so they won't allow to their browsers to use a lesser codec.

I don't even know why we talk about this. Theora is by their own admission not as good as MP4-Part10. If you care about patents and royalties, use that, but if you are an average consumer, you don't care about it. You are going to pay for it in the price of the product, a few pennies.

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RE[6]: Video Quality
by hobgoblin on Wed 12th Dec 2007 11:00 in reply to "RE[5]: Video Quality"
hobgoblin Member since:
2005-07-06

i give up, you would not see it if it was 10 meters tall and flashing green...

that you even get to use osnews as a extension of your own blog is just...

Edited 2007-12-12 11:01 UTC

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RE[6]: Video Quality
by kristoph on Wed 12th Dec 2007 16:29 in reply to "RE[5]: Video Quality"
kristoph Member since:
2006-01-01

I this, actually, that most people want 'adequate' quality.

Honestly, quality means nothing if I can't play the stupid thing.

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RE[6]: Video Quality
by segedunum on Wed 12th Dec 2007 17:06 in reply to "RE[5]: Video Quality"
segedunum Member since:
2005-07-06

There is nothing to think about. Youtube is big because it's big, the rest have to compete by upping the quality. So quality does matter.

This doesn't make any sense whatsoever.

If YouTube doesn't have to care about quality, and everyone else does because that's the only selling point they have, and people still use YouTube, then quality simply doesn't matter otherwise everyone would be using something else.

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