HEVC Advance drops licence fees for streaming, cable, satellite

Wednesday 14 March 2018 | 08:57 CET | News
HEVC Advance announced that it has eliminated "subscription" and "title-by-title" content distribution from its licensing programme. This means providers will no longer need an HEVC licence or to pay royalties for non-physical HEVC content distribution, including internet streaming, cable, over-the-air broadcast, and satellite.

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