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AW: HTML5 MSE support for HEVC on Android

From: Stefan Lederer <stefan.lederer@bitmovin.net>
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2015 21:27:18 +0100
Message-ID: <04d4e174595aed7b86fbe2dd8a55ee7d@mail.gmail.com>
To: Gilles Boccon-Gibod <bok@bok.net>, public-html-media@w3.org
Hi Gilles,



thanks for the hint! I changed the @codecs attribute to hvc1.1.6.L93.90,
but still get the same error: “NotSupportedError: Failed to execute
'addSourceBuffer' on 'MediaSource': The type provided ('video/mp4;
codecs=hvc1.1.6.L93.90') is unsupported.”



Any thoughts?



Thx & best regards,

Stefan



*Von:* Gilles Boccon-Gibod [mailto:bok@bok.net]
*Gesendet:* Donnerstag, 19. Februar 2015 20:33
*An:* Stefan Lederer; public-html-media@w3.org
*Betreff:* Re: HTML5 MSE support for HEVC on Android



Stefan,



I don’t know if that’s the cause of the error, but the @codecs attribute of
this MPD is not correct (hvc1.1.c.L93.90 should be hvc1.1.6.L93.90, the
error has been reported to the authors of this test sequence, and I think
they have fixed it now).



-- Gilles



On February 19, 2015 at 12:14:05 AM, Stefan Lederer (
stefan.lederer@bitmovin.net) wrote:

Dear all,



I don't know if this is the proper list for that: (if not please advise me
which would be a better place to raise this question, already tried it on
chromium-discuss)



I want to use HEVC content on Chrome for Android on a Nexus 5 phone using
MPEG-DASH and the HTML5 MSE.

·         Playing plain HEVC mp4 files in Chrome/Android/Nexus5 works fine,
e.g. this one: http://www.bitmovin.net/hevc/720p.mp4

·         But playing an HEVC DASH stream doesn't work, as the MSE doesn't
support the content type: "NotSupportedError: Failed to execute
'addSourceBuffer' on 'MediaSource': The type provided ('video/mp4;
codecs=hvc1.1.c.L93.90') is unsupported.". I'm using this stream:
http://www.dash-player.com/demo/streaming-server-and-encoder-support/?mpd=http://bitcdn-vix1.bitmovin.net/content/hevc/dashevc-live-2s.mpd



Is the error caused by a wrong codec attribute or is the HTML5 MSE on
Chrome for Android just not (yet) supporting HEVC on HEVC-enabled Android
devices?



Thanks and best regards,

Stefan
Received on Thursday, 19 February 2015 20:27:57 UTC

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