Re: [Cellar] 2020-04-28 VIRTUAL INTERIM AGENDA (TOMORROW, TUESDAY)

Jerome Martinez <jerome@mediaarea.net> Tue, 28 April 2020 08:15 UTC

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On 28/04/2020 10:02, Michael Niedermayer wrote:
> Also just to use this opertunity, i think we should put more effort into
> improving features & compression. This would ensure that by the time the
> text is fully polished it is still relevant and also it could attract more
> and a different kind of people if we did something like a compression/algorithm
> competition for the next version of ffv1 and flac.

The text for FFV1 v0-v3 is nearly finished, just some fixes to push, 
which are not fancy and not a technical challenge, but having an IETF 
RFC would also attract more people. It is pretty important for the 
adoption of FFV1 by several entities.

Additionally, the compression ratio is not the main feedback I have, lot 
of people complain about the speed especially on 4K, and there is surely 
already a lot to do on this part without a new version, but this topic 
should also be part of the design of the next version of FFV1 (and 
seeing the limits of FFV1 v3 with the current HW, massively 
parallelized, would be a precondition for the design of FFV1 v4 IMO, lot 
to do :) ).

Jérôme