Video Processing for Gen-Z

Mali Video Processors provide advanced video processing technology combined with power efficiency and one of the smallest chip sizes in the market, giving creators of mainstream to high-end mobile devices support for a wide range of video technologies.


Arm Mali-V61 is a flexible and scalable multi-standard video processing solution, designed for Generation-Z use cases like Augmented Reality (AR). Mali-V61 includes innovations such as VP9 encoding that scales across all levels and price points for mobile and home SoC requirements.

Features and Benefits
Power and Flexibility

Experience a power-efficient, multi-video codec solution for encoding and decoding. The Mali-V61 video processor offers a scalable video solution to address mobile and home multimedia SoCs.

Multi-Standard Support

Enjoy broad support for HEVC, H.264, VP9, VP8 encode and decode, and legacy decoders along with 4K media.


Improve time to market with support from a unified Mali multimedia suite of graphics, video, and display processing.

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