Below are six video presentations and downloadable PDFs relating to VVC deployment from a session at Streaming Media East in 2023, all from recognized experts from companies developing and deploying VVC. The session was sponsored by Access Advance.
The sessions begin with an in-depth exploration of VVC and how it compares to other codecs such as H.264, HEVC, and AV1. Then it moves to the intellectual property environment, and the VVC decoder picture, where you’ll learn when VVC decode will be available for closed-system deployment and mass-market distribution to the living room, mobile devices, and browsers.
Presentations then cover encoding and packaging VVC for VOD and live distribution and how VVC will handle HDR output. You can watch the videos and download the presentations from links below.
Here are the speakers’ respective videos and links to their handouts.
Alan Stein – About VVC
Vice President Of Technology at InterDigital, Inc, speaking about VVC and how it compares to other codecs (download presentation here).
Robert J. L. Moore – VVC Royalty Structure and Status
Attorney at Volpe Koenig describes VVC’s Intellectual Property and royalty picture (download presentation here).
Jan Ozer – VVC Playback
Jan describes the VVC playback environment (download presentation here).
Igor Oreper – VVC Encoding for VOD and Packaging
Bitmovin’s chief architect discusses VOD encoding and packaging (download presentation here).
Jan Outters – Live VVC Encoding
Ateme’s Director, Technology & Standards, discusses live VVC encoding (download presentation here).
Patrick Griffis – VVC and HDR
Dolby’s Vice President of Technology, Standards, and Industry Engagement discusses the origins of HDR and VVC’s suitability for HDR (download presentation here).
Igor Oreper, Packaging, and Q&A
Download the presentation here.