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AOMAssociate-O-Matic (software)
AOMAcademy of Management
AOMAcute Otitis Media (middle ear infection)
AOMAnnals of Mathematics (publication)
AOMAge of Mythology (Ensemble Studios game)
AOMAward of Merit (various organizations)
AOMAcupuncture and Oriental Medicine
AOMArtist of the Month
AOMAlliance for Open Media (consortium)
AOMAdobe Online Manager
AOMAdaptive Optics Module
AOMAlarm Output Module
AOMAdd One to Memory
AOMAnalog Output Module
AOMAccurate Office Manager
AOMAdvanced Order Management
AOMAdd on Manager
AOMAnswer Only Modem
AOMAdvanced Options Menu
AOMAngels of Mercy (gaming clan)
AOMArt of Movement (dance group)
AOMArchives of Maryland
AOMAmerica on the Move (see also AOMF)
AOMAcousto-Optic Modulator
AOMAssistant Office Manager
AOMAffidavit of Merit (various locations)
AOMAviation Ordnanceman (US Navy)
AOMAdd on Module
AOMAircraft Operating Manual
AOMAssociation of Ontario Midwives
AOMActive Oxygen Method
AOMAspect-Oriented Modeling (Workshop)
AOMAllover Media (Whitman, MA)
AOMAge of Majority
AOMAircraft Operations Maintenance
AOMAdd-Ons Manager (Mozilla Firefox Browser software)
AOMAnnual Organizational Meeting (various organizations)
AOMApplication Object Model
AOMAssistant Operations Manager
AOMAssociate Operations Manager (various companies)
AOMAngular Overlap Model
AOMAustralian Options Market (finance)
AOMAngel of Music (Phantom of the Opera)
AOMArea Operations Manager
AOMAircraft Operations Manual
AOMAny Other Matter (agenda)
AOMAerodrome Operating Minima
AOMArmy of Occupation Medal
AOMActive Operations Management (management methodology)
AOMArmy of Mizfitz (band)
AOMAll Officer Meeting
AOMApplication Operations Manager (various locations)
AOMArthroophthalmopathy, Hereditary Progressive
AOMAutomation Object Model (Quicktest Pro)
AOMAngry Old Man
AOMAlphabet of Manliness (Maddox book)
AOMApplication OSI Management (ITU-T M 3000)
AOMAssignment of Mortgage
AOMAura One Movement (environmental and social justice advocacy)
AOMAssociation des Officiers de la Marine (French: Association of Naval Officers)
AOMAnnual Operating and Maintenance
AOMAssociation of Minemen
AOMAccounting Operations Manager
AOMAfter Operations Maintenance
AOMAdaptive Orthogonal Modulation
AOMAlignment Object Map
AOMAcoustic-Opto Modulator
AOMAircraft On Mechanical
AOMMaster of Obstetric Art
AOMAttack Operations Model
AOMAnglers Outpost and Marine (Nicholasville, KY)
AOMMission Operational Availability
AOMAir Over Motor (duty rating of a fan motor)
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The availability of the NGCodec H.265/HEVC encoder, followed in 2018 by support for the new Alliance for Open Media (AOM) AV1 Codec will provide the highest quality video encoding technology for real-time, interactive entertainment powered by scalable cloud infrastructures.
As we approach IBC, we thought it was time for an update on efforts of the Alliance for Open Media (AOM) to move the AV1 codec forward.
"Customer expectations for media delivery continue to grow, and fulfilling their expectations requires the concerted energy of the entire ecosystem," said Gabe Frost, the Alliance for Open Media's Executive Director.
Regarding the legal status of the Alliance for Open Media's AV1 codec, there's a general feeling that AV1 will be challenged and will likely lose because there "must" be some infringing technology in the codec.
While the Alliance for Open Media's AV1 shows promise for OTT, MPEG's system approach promises greater interoperability as it also addresses the broadcast market.
Cisco and Mozilla have gone on to join the Alliance for Open Media (AOM), along with other industry heavyweights such as Amazon, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Netflix, and others.
A PROGRESS REPORT: THE ALLIANCE FOR OPEN MEDIA AND THE AV1 CODEC
VP9 is free to use, and the Alliance for Open Media (an industry consortium counting Amazon, Cisco, Google, Intel, Mozilla, Microsoft, Netflix, and NVIDIA among its members) supports the AV1 codec (also free), so there's little technical or quality justification to use HEVC.
The Alliance for Open Media launched in September 2015, consolidating the development of three open source codecs into one engineering group.
It's possible claims will be targeted toward AV1, the first product of the Alliance for Open Media, instead.
In the meantime, Microsoft introduced experimental VP9 support in its Edge browser (no WebM support yet) and joined forces with other major industry actors in the Alliance for Open Media to develop the next-generation video format--let's call it "post-HEVC"--where Google's VP9 can be one of the starting points with Mozilla's Daala or Cisco's Thor.
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