Google made some interesting news today when they announced their VP8 codec (acquired from On2 last year) will be the source of a new open and royalty-free video format they’re spearheading, known as WebM. As a leader in visual computing, NVIDIA is always looking to enable users with the best video experiences, whether it’s creating, viewing or broadcasting. We support Google’s efforts to drive broad adoption of the VP8 codec and new WebM format. To learn more about WebM, check this out: www.webmproject.org
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