|Products||Video Decoder IP Core BODA, Video Encoder & Decoder IP Core CODA|
Chips&Media, Inc., based in Seoul, Republic of Korea, is a provider of hardware IP codecs that have been deployed in high volume markets including wireless handsets, home entertainments, communication, networking, and portable multimedia markets.
Since 2003, as a first mover in licensable video IP, the firm has been developing a series of codecs for high performance multimedia digital devices. Its advanced video IP cores, BODA and CODA, cover a full line of video standards such as MPEG-2, MPEG-4, H.263, H.264/AVC, VC-1, DivX, RealVideo, AVS, MVC, VP8, Sorenson and Theora from CIF to full HD resolutions. Their video codec technologies are used more than 80 licensees in globally includes Freescale, VIA, Realtek, Novatek, Innofidei, Telechips and so on.
BODA : Video Decoder IP Core
- Its BODA video IP cores decode multiple format including H.264/AVC, VC-1, MVC, VP8, H.263, DivX, MPEG-4, MPEG-2, AVS, RealVideo, Sorenson, and Theora with optimal support in resolutions from D1 through to full HD(1080p). Among them is the first fully hardware decoder for VP8 that can decode full HD resolution VP8 streams at 60 frames per second.
CODA : Video Enc.&Dec. IP Core
- CODA video IP cores are multi-standard video engines provide a full range of encoding and decoding capabilities with support for simultaneous multiple channel or format, suited to mobile/portable handset, digital camcorders, Home multimedia devices, video conferencing and video surveillance.
- Chips&Media delivers latest dual HD video IP core with VP8 hardware decoding capability, Design & Reuse, 2010-11-18