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royalties fees question

Bob_s_
Beginner
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As i understand, i can use your IPP lib to compress using H.264.

I also read that there are no royalties needed to be paid to intel for using the IPP lib except from the $200 one time payment.

My question is this:

I know that MPEG LA holds a patent for H.264 so everyone that uses it needs to pay them royalties fees.

Can you please explain the case with IPP.

I.E if i develop software for ends users and my software use IPP lib (registered version) and my software uses the H.264 component of the IPP lib, will i need to pay royalties to MPEG LA as well?

 

 

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Kenneth_C_Intel
Employee
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Hi I am going to move this over to the IPP forum where they can better help you.

Regards,

Kenneth

Gennady_F_Intel
Moderator
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IPP is free for the royalties fees but in case of thitd party standard - please check with EULA atricle follow this link: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-integrated-performance-primitives-faq

look at topic -- What are the license terms and/or license fees for using Intel IPP samples? 

 

 

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