What is Versatile Video Coding (VVC)?
What is Versatile Video Coding (h266)?
- Versatile Video Coding (H.266) was standardized in a joint effort by the Video Coding Experts Group of the ITU-T and MPEG of the ISO/IEC and is therefore the latest member of a successful family of video codecs that includes MPEG-2, H.264 and HEVC.
What is VVC coding and what are its benefits?
- Another major benefit of VVC coding is that it is significantly more capable of efficient data compression than other leading codecs. That is what helps it to process such large files. There is also an idea swirling that VVC coding could provide benefits beyond online video streaming.
What are the different video codecs used by broadcasters?
- There are a variety of other video codecs that broadcasters use, with H.264 being the standard. H.264, which is also known as “Advanced Video Coding” and “AVC,” is a video codec. It is used for recording, compressing, and distributing video content over the internet.
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