RED5PRO: 9 Reasons why LCEVC+WEBRTC is a winning combo

Find out why RED5PRO are so excited about combining LCEVC with WebRTC


Sneaky peak below:

  1. Increased Compression
  2. Reduction in Processing Power
  3. Reduced Encoding Time
  4. Low Latency
  5. Backward Compatibility
  6. Cost Savings
  7. HTML5 Implementation
  8. Best Quality in Restricted Networks
  9. Hardware Support

OTTVerse has compared LCEVC vs AVC and finds the results ‘incredible’!

In this article, OTTVerse compares the quality and speed of LCEVC with H.264/AVC as its base-codec vs. H.264/AVC using FFmpeg.

OTTVerse said: “Incredible 28% Gain at 3x Speed” !

Full article here:


I Analyzed LCEVC with V-Nova and the Results Were Impressive

An overview of a comprehensive report by Jan Ozer that documents the testing, quality, and performance of the Low Complexity Enhanced Video Codec (LCEVC).

MPEG Latest H.266 Codec Runs Into Stiff Competition

MPEG’s two others, Low Complexity Enhancement Video Coding (LCEVC) and Essential Video Coding (EVC), are more complementary to H.266 or VVC, than competitive.





LCEVC explainer: Why the enhancement codec could be a value-add for sports broadcasters in uncertain times – SVG Europe

There is no doubt that 2020 is shaping up to be a landmark year for broadcast codecs with a slew of new developments due to reach fruition…


Comprehensive Guide to LCEVC (MPEG-5 Part 2) – Low Complexity Enhancement Video Coding – OTTVerse

The LCEVC Codec (MPEG-5 Part 2) or “Low Complexity Enhancement Video Coding” is one of the three new codecs being introduced by MPEG (others being Versatile Video Coding (VVC) and Essential Video Coding (EVC)) with the aim of increased compression efficiency for existing codecs at little to no increase in coding complexity by the use of a base bitstream and an enhancement bitstream.


Shoot High-Quality Videos with more efficiency – International Journal of Research

Have you ever run out of space that captures some of your cherished moments? Isn’t it annoying? No more hassles, after long research, now you’ll be able to record high-quality 8K videos and 360 degrees videos too.

New H.266 VVC codec shows promise for 4K and 8K streaming – Best Gaming Pro

One thing to look ahead to: Video information is predicted to account for over 82 % of the worldwide Web visitors by 2022, and with the proliferation of 4K and 360-degree video, higher video codecs are wanted to scale back the bandwidth and house necessities of your favourite content material.

LCEVC – The Latest MPEG Standard – The Broadcast Knowledge

This year LCEVC from MPEG will be standardised. Called Low Complexity Enhancement Video Coding, this codec provides compression both where computing is constrained and where it is plentiful. Guido Meardi, CEO of V-Nova, talks us through what LCEVC is starting with a chart showing how computation has increased vastly as compression has improved.


V-Nova vaunts LCEVC results at virtual NAB – to end codec bloodbath – Rethink Faultline