jbeale wrote:Just to clarify... there is licensing required to emit a MPEG4 (.mp4) stream ("wrapper" around H.264) that is separate from the H.264 license?
.mp4 != MPEG4 != H.264
Technically speaking, H.264 is a subset of the MPEG4 spec (Part 10, Advanced Video Coding). As a result, .mp4 and .m4v files often contain H.264 video, but ...
There is also a Part 2, Advanced Simple Profile, and I believe this is what is commonly referred to as MPEG4 video, and this may also be contained in .mp4 and .m4v files as I understand it.
I'm guessing from the examples that what's being emitted currently is a raw video stream? It shouldn't be too hard to wrap that in a standard container format.