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The New York Times: Packet8 phones also do not use the new H.264 video encoding and decoding scheme, which provides high-quality, 30-frames-a-second images with half the bandwidth requirements. In some ways, the new codec may mean to video what the MP3 compression format has meant to […]

The New York Times: Packet8 phones also do not use the new H.264 video encoding and decoding scheme, which provides high-quality, 30-frames-a-second images with half the bandwidth requirements. In some ways, the new codec may mean to video what the MP3 compression format has meant to audio.

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  1. Apple also has some interesting stuff to say about H.264

    http://www.apple.com/macosx/tiger/h264.html

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