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Every so often there's a new technology buzzword every single vendor touts as the best thing after the invention of the wheel. Often, the problem with these technologies lies on the fact that it tries to offer a solution to a problem that doesn't exists.
This is not the case with M-ABR. There's a very distinct problem it intends to solve, and indeed it solves it. Just don't try to use it outside it's intended goal, it simply doesn't make a lot of sense. At least, none for the end user.
https://technedigitale.com/archives/1181
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Every so often there's a new technology buzzword every single vendor touts as the best thing after the invention of the wheel. Often, the problem with these technologies lies on the fact that it tries to offer a solution to a problem that doesn't exists.
This is not the case with M-ABR. There's a very distinct problem it intends to solve, and indeed it solves it. Just don't try to use it outside it's intended goal, it simply doesn't make a lot of sense. At least, none for the end user.
https://technedigitale.com/archives/1181

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Apple Silently killed VP9. H.265/HEVC is now the undisputed master of 4K codecs.

It seems funny, but this year's Apple's WWDC was one of the most import yet, but not due to something said during the 2017's Keynote. Instead, this low profile presentation will have far reaching implications over the next 8 to 10 years on the video delivery industry, from Google to Netflix. As Apple decided to use H.265 and WebVTT, the whole industry will be forced to follow suit.

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Apple Silently killed VP9. H.265/HEVC is now the undisputed master of 4K codecs.

It seems funny, but this year's Apple's WWDC was one of the most import yet, but not due to something said during the 2017's Keynote. Instead, this low profile presentation will have far reaching implications over the next 8 to 10 years on the video delivery industry, from Google to Netflix. As Apple decided to use H.265 and WebVTT, the whole industry will be forced to follow suit.

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Apple Silently killed VP9. H.265/HEVC is now the undisputed master of 4K codecs.

It seems funny, but this year's Apple's WWDC was one of the most import yet, but not due to something said during the 2017's Keynote. Instead, this low profile presentation will have far reaching implications over the next 8 to 10 years on the video delivery industry, from Google to Netflix. As Apple decided to use H.265 and WebVTT, the whole industry will be forced to follow suit.

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Apple Silently killed VP9. H.265/HEVC is now the undisputed master of 4K codecs.

It seems funny, but this year's Apple's WWDC was one of the most import yet, but not due to something said during the 2017's Keynote. Instead, this low profile presentation will have far reaching implications over the next 8 to 10 years on the video delivery industry, from Google to Netflix. As Apple decided to use H.265 and WebVTT, the whole industry will be forced to follow suit.
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USB2 is a nearly completely useless performance wise. USB3 is intended to close that gap, specially against contemporary standards such as Thunderbolt.
How does USB3 stacks agains Thunderbolt using Gigabit Ethernet?
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This card corresponds to the fastest and highest capacity offer from Netac, supporting UHS-1 U3 speed rating, which guarantees 30MiB/s write speeds. Really?
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