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CoreAVC(R) Video Codec


Decoder Editions
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Version 1.1.0.5
Updated on 2006-06-07
(c) Copyright CoreCodec, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
CoreAVC is a registered trademark of CoreCodec, Inc.

Table of Contents
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1. Introduction
2. CoreAVC Editions explained
2. What's new in this version
3. Version history
4. Known issues
5. Technical support

- 1. Introduction
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The CoreAVC High Definition H.264 video codec is widely
known as the worlds most efficient H.264 video playback
software decoder.
CoreAVC represents a commitment from the CoreCodec development
team to deliver the best technology in Audio and Video. It's
performance in playing back H.264 video content is unsurpassed
compared to other software solutions.
For further information and a detailed comparison, visit:
http://www.coreavc.com

- 2. CoreAVC Editions explained


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The CoreAVC Decoder comes in three different 'Editions'. Why?
Well, why pay for something you don't need? For most users the
standard edition will be good enough. But for video zealots and
industry users our Professional and Enterprise** Editions, get
you all the extra features that are expected for high-end
and commercial playback solutions.

Here is a 'basic' overview of each CoreAVC Edition***:


CoreAVC. Standard Edition Decoder
- Baseline, Main, High profile support
- No Interlaced support
- No SMP support
- No GPU support
CoreAVC. Professional Edition Decoder
- Baseline, Main, High profile support
- Interlaced support (PAFF and MBAFF)
- SMP (multi-core CPU) support (limit 4)
- GPU support*
CoreAVC. Enterprise Edition Decoder**
- Baseline, Main, Extended, High, High10, High 4:2:2, High 4:4:4 profile suppo
rt
- Interlaced support (full)
- SMP support
- GPU support*
* GPU support planned to be added at a later time.
** Enterprise Decoder is scheduled for release 3Q 2006
*** Features in each CoreAVC Edition is subject to change
For a more detailed explanation, visit:
http://www.coreavc.com

- 2. What's new in this version


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Version 1.1.0.0 (20060607)
- MBAFF addition to CoreAVC Professional Edition
- PAFF frames in MBAFF
- New Haali Media Splitter with full MPEG TS stream support
- Deblocking options
- Software deinterlacing options
- Various bug fixes

- 3. Version history
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Version 1.0.0.0 (2006030):
- New installer
- Registration addition
Version 0.0.0.9 Alpha (2006030):
- Installer with addition of Haali media splitter
- Added +1 with merit for standard and professional (intervideo needs to play
nice)
Version 0.0.0.8 Alpha (20060327):
- Fix for AVI timing
- Support for additional Transport Stream decoding
Version 0.0.0.7 Alpha (20060315):
- Fix for color output
Version 0.0.0.6 Alpha (20060310):
- Partial support for Transport Stream decoding
Version 0.0.0.5 Alpha (20060222):
Properties page with following options :
- set accepted input media type
- change priority in colorspace output
- VMR9 color range fix
- Force anamorphic flag on VMR9 too
- Extract and use aspect ratio from SPS (better splitter compatibility)
- Better timestamp support for none native AVC mode (VFR in Matroska VFW mode,
AVI)
Version 0.0.0.4 Alpha (20060113):
- Support for VSSH FOURCC
- Support for YUY2 output
- Force anamorphic flag on renderer
Version 0.0.0.3 Alpha (20060109):
- CQM support
- Fix for 8x8dct
- Flush buffered frame
- Support for X264 and x264 FOURCCs
- Now use MERIT_NORMAL
Version 0.0.0.2 Alpha (20060104):
- Fixed some compatibility problems (AVI Decompressor, AviSynth, ...)
- Project cleanup (smaller size)
Version 0.0.0.1 Alpha (20060102):
- Use a very high merit in this alpha release.
- Should support anamorphic from Matroska (native mode) and MP4 files.
Limitations :
- Only output to YV12 and I420
- No dynamic output mediatype change
- No flushing for buffered frame at end of file
- Linked with some unnecessary code from TCPMP
- no cqm, lossless or interlacing support

- 4. Known issues
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To see or report any issues, visit our bugtracker:
http://corecodec.org/tracker/?func=browse&group_id=64&atid=313

- 5. Technical support
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Trying to do something and its not working right? Try
visiting our support section on our homepage.
http://www.coreavc.com
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