H.266 Training, Versatile Video Coding (VVC) Training
H.266 Training, Versatile Video Coding (VVC) Training is a 2-day course that provides a solid foundation on H.266 or Versatile Video Coding (VVC) technology. Versatile Video Coding (VVC), also known as H.266, ISO/IEC 23090-3,MPEG-I Part 3 and Future Video Coding (FVC) is developed by the Joint Video Experts Team (JVET), a joint video expert team of the VCEG working group of ITU-T Study Group 16 and the MPEG working group of ISO/IEC JTC. It is the successor to ITU-T H.265/High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC)/MPEG-H Part 2).
H.265/Versatile Video Coding (VVC) video compression coding standard will cut the bitrate roughly in half, reducing the load of video traffic on 5G networks without sacrificing quality and delivering a more seamless experience for users across devices. The aim of VVC is to make 4K broadcast and streaming commercially viable. The content and flow are structured to introduce VVC principles its impacts on future multimedia performance and deployments including 4K/8K and mixed reality, AR and VR applications . Assuming the audience’s familiarity with H.265 the course starts directly with a quick overview on H.265/HVEC and discussions on H.266/VVC requirements, architecture, and layers.
Compared to H.265/HEVC, H.266/VVC will need only half the bit rate of its predecessor ‘HEVC’ to achieve the same level of video quality for high-resolution video content.”
Versatile Video Coding (VVC) codec’s target compression performance is a 30% to 50% bitrate reduction as compared to the HEVC Main Profile with the same perceptual quality and an encoding complexity of approximately 10 times or more than HEVC. VVC is designed to meet upcoming needs in videoconferencing, OTT streaming, 5G AR/VR/MR and contribution.