Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 23rd May 2010 09:41 UTC
Benchmarks Now that Google has opened up VP8, the big question is obviously how it'll hold up to H264. Of course, VP8 already wins by default because it's open source and royalty free, but that doesn't mean we should neglect the quality issue. Jan Ozer from StreamingMedia.com has put up an article comparing the two codecs, and concludes that the differences are negligible - in fact, only in some high-motion videos did H264 win out. As always, this is just one comparison and most certainly anything but conclusive. Update: Another comparison. I can't spot the difference, but then again, I'm no expert.
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Convert your videos to VP8 (Windows or Mac)
by lemur2 on Mon 24th May 2010 11:37 UTC
lemur2
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2007-02-17

An Easy Way to Convert Videos to WebM

http://openvideoalliance.org/2010/05/an-easy-way-to-convert-videos-...

Miro Video Converter 2.0 is now available, on the very cutting edge with support for WebM. MVC will take basically any existing video file and convert it to VP8+Vorbis inside a .webm container. From there, you can embed it in any web page using the HTML5 video tag.


http://www.mirovideoconverter.com/

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