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    Fire Chief Jarred Land's Avatar
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    We recently worked with YouTube engineers to enable 4K VP9 encoding, and we are very happy that all new 4k videos uploaded to select youtube channels will now be encoded with the updated VP9 Codec.

    You guys need to try it out, It is a considerable improvement.

    To celebrate we are launching our own official Youtube channel " Shot on RED ". If you would like to be considered to have your footage in the channel spotlight email us at youtube@red.com with a link.

    Also, REDucation has been holding classes at the YouTube Space Los Angeles every other month and will be offering classes within YouTube's London, New York and Tokyo spaces later this year.

    Last edited by Brent Carter; 06-19-2014 at 07:53 PM.
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    Can't wait to utilise this codec!
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    You are already a personality in motion picture technology history, Jarred, you know that (even if it is Brent to edit it :D) I am glad and proud for your achievements and to be able to say I am in touch with you since you were a kid yet, for about a decade now :-)

    Very nice to see and celebrate it!

    Greetings from old Europe as usual,

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    Is it possible to get encoding metrics references and other technical data from the aforementioned YouTube engineers?

    Exciting stuff, thanx - #19
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    Blair, I will touch base with the team at RED who worked on this to see what specs and info we can give you.
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    Blair talk to Brian Henderson... he kinda lives at the Youtube now :)
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    We'd love to submit our action film that we finished in 4K. This is awesome.
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    Awesome! Can't wait to see what comes of this.
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    Send a link (not a huge ass file, hehe) to the RED YouTube address, Isaac : )

    I suspect we will get a boat load of emails right out of the gate, please be patient with response times. And, we simply cannot put up everyone's submission, thanks in advance for understanding.
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    Thanks gents.

    Just need to know how to create encoding stations efficiently, looking at an encode & QC play. The UHD/4K "standard" delivery codec is MIA. If VP9 is supported on mainstream toolsets, and, GPUs can be well utilized for the transcode math, scaling, etc during encodes any modern workstation with some high end GPUs should crunch pretty good.

    Wouldn't it be ironic if VP9 became the standard for 4K deliverables just because nothing else is universal enough.

    Cheers - #19
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