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January 11, 2021 Monday 12:11:37 PM IST

Sharp VVC Decoder

Technology Inceptions

Sharp Corporation of Japan has developed an 8k real-time VVC decoder compatible with the Versatile Video Coding (VVC) video coding standard. It makes it easier to compress, store, and transmit video while minimising the deterioration in video quality. The 8K real-time VVC decoder developed by Sharp is the first software in the world able to decode VVC encoded 8K video in real-time. By combining the VVC decoder with video playback software and analytical devices, users will additionally be able to display or analyse 8K content that has been compressed with VVC 3, even if their equipment does not have existing VVC video decoding capability. Sharp’s proprietary high-speed decoding processes data in real-time and realizes smooth playback of video with resolutions up to 8K.