I guess patent holders should be happy that you built and distributed
a product that helps them have revenues with no effort or cost on
their side. I think they should be stimulated to make a donation ;)
Who are they? Also a side question - is g729 really better than speex
or other open source algorithms?
On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 11:31, Arkadi Shishlov wrote:
> Nik Pakar wrote:
>> I guess its still not free. Should I go ahead and buy the license for 9
>> or is there any other alternative ? Is it kind of one off development
>> license which only required to build and compile the codec ?
> Yes, you need IPP license to build the codec. Once it is built you can
> distribute it to anyone, assuming you understand that buying IPP does not
> free you or your users from paying to G.729 patents holders.
> Intel IPP for Linux can be obtained on non-commercial software development
>> > wrote:
>> Nik Pakar wrote:
>> Is the IPP 6.0 available to download from intel web site. Im
>> trying to find. But couldnt.