AVS and AVS+

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Proposed as a national standard in 2004, Audio Video Standard is a compression audio and video system developed by the Audio Video Coding Standard Workgroup of China. Designed to replace AAC audio and H.264/MPEG-4 AVC at a lower price than commonly used systems in the rest of the world. It is not much used outside China. AVS+ was designed to provide performance with reduced complexity.

In 2013 work started on AVS2: designed to compete with HEVC(H.265).