MediaCoder 0.8.28 is just released. This version added support for VP9 encoding. Though the vpxenc is slow encoding VP9 with almost no multi-threading implementation (unlike VP8 encoding), MediaCoder's Segmental Video Encoding backs it up. With SVE enabled, the VP9 encoding speed boosts by times, though still low comparing to x264. Several other tools have been updated. An x64 build of MP4Box is included in 64-bit distribution. Several minor bugs got fixed. For GPU encoding, I fine tuned the pre-processing filtering parameters to eliminate some side effect I witnessed myself. For more info about the new release, just head for the changelog. Finally, I wish a happy holiday to all of my users! It's been almost 9 years since the very first spark and I have never stopped working on it. MediaCoder has served millions of people I believe. Thinking about all these, I feel my time and efforts spent throughout the years all worth it.
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