NVIDIA Research develops a neural network to replace traditional video compression: Digital Photography Review
NVIDIA researchers have demonstrated a new type of video compression technology that replaces the traditional video codec with a neural network to drastically reduce video bandwidth. The technology is presented as a potential solution for streaming video in situations where Internet availability is limited, such as using a webcam to chat with clients while on a slow Internet connection.
The new technology is made possible using NVIDIA Maxine, a cloud-AI video streaming platform for developers. According to the researchers, using AI-based video compression can strip video bandwidth usage down to 1/10th of the bandwidth that would otherwise be used by the common H.264 video codec. For users, this could result in what NVIDIA calls a ‘smoother’ experience that uses up less mobile…
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