On kind of a side note - Do you think Google VP9 codec has a place in our Industry in the near future? I'm guessing for the Chrome 64 Bit to get better HD ...using the VP9 codec is a must. Or will H.265 win out?
Thanks for sharing.
The biggest problem I've had historically with Chrome is video, specifically flash consuming a ton of CPU and crashing. I wonder if it will fix that. I just downloaded it but obviously not enough time to tell.
As for VB8/VB9, there seems to be little interest amongst surveillance manufacturers. I believe it's because:
- All the cameras are H.264 already and all the VMSes support it, so it's the easiest path; by contrast VB8/VB9 would need to be added in.
- The royalty fee issue is more of a concern on the web than it is when one is selling hardware devices.
I recall Network Optix supporting VB8/VB9, but they are in a distinct minority.