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Tandberg Tries To Patent X264 Algorithm

 
 
Lawrence D'Oliveiro
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      11-27-2010
Tandberg has filed a patent application for an improved method of doing
H.264 encoding. Only trouble is, their description exactly matches code in
the open-source x264 implementation. Tandberg of course claim they came up
with the idea independently. But given that independent invention isn’t a
defence for patent infringement, why should it be grounds for getting a
patent in the first place?

<http://x264dev.multimedia.cx/archives/589>
 
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