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Daala is the codename for a new video compression technology.

The effort is a collaboration between the Mozilla Foundation, the Xiph.Org Foundation and any other contributors that wish to help.

The goal of the project is to provide a video format that's free to implement, use and distribute, and a reference implementation with technical performance superior to H.265.

Please see the links below or the main page for more information.

Wiki Pages


You are encouraged to join the

Weekly Meetings

You are also welcome to attend the public weekly progress meetings by installing and using Mumble.
The address is mf4.xiph.org and the port is 64738 (you can run mumble://mf4.xiph.org:64738 within your browser as a shortcut).
The meetings occur on Tuesdays at 9AM Pacific Time (5PM UTC/GMT). The meeting agenda used to be available at this Etherpad, the October 13, 2015 meeting is available on Google Docs and, following the migration to Etherpad Lite, the meeting agenda and minutes are now available at this Etherpad.



You can get a copy of the latest Daala Source Code from git.xiph.org or GitHub. Please stick to the Coding Style Guide.


Codec Techniques


IETF Drafts

Additional drafts can be found at the IETF DataTracker.


For a more in-depth look at the IETF's NetVC Meetings, use the IETF DataTracker.

Other Websites