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Happy new year 2014

Happy new year 2014 The GPAC Licensing team wishes you a happy new year. May 2014 bring you fun, adventure, and great open-source multimedia services! We'd like to thank all the GPAC contributors, the people who made GPAC Licensing possible, and our customers. 2013 was a tremendous year. GPAC was...

What is a standard and what does it cover? (featuring a MPEG-DASH case study)

What is a standard and what does it cover? (featuring a MPEG-DASH case study) In this article, I am going to cover one of the most common questions in the multimedia field: what is a standard and what does it cover? Once you have read this article, you will notice...

Meet the GPAC Team @ IBC 2013

Meet the GPAC Team @ IBC 2013 The GPAC Team will attend IBC 2013! We will be there all week to talk about GPAC and the new opportunities of GPAC Licensing. This includes but doesn't limit to: discussions about the way you use GPAC; the past and future industry contributions;...

HbbTV: reference software, test-sets, and compliance checkers are important

Reference software, test-sets, and compliance checkers are important Before the summer, we were invited to a private 4K demonstration from several vendors. The GPAC team had provided its Osmo player for HEVC playback with DASH on Android. There were also other demonstrations. In particular we saw a booth with some...

Codecs import/export in MP4Box

Codecs import/export in MP4Box MP4Box allows you to import or export data from your multiplexed files, without modifying their contents. Simple, isn't it? It is because MP4Box hides you many details that are to no interest for 99% of the users, but allows your files to be compatible with the...

GPAC 64 bits on Windows

GPAC 64 bits on Windows The GPAC nightly builds have been updated to integrated 64 bits binaries. Looking forward to your feedback!

GPAC Licensing

GPAC Licensing Welcome to the GPAC Licensing website! GPAC Licensing aims to bring GPAC to the next level of cooperation with our industry partners. GPAC has been used by many of the industry key players and licensed several times. GPAC has never shown so much interest: SVC, fragmented MP4, DASH,...