SAVING TRANSPONDER BANDWIDTH
- MPEG-4 licensing agreement may drive wireless video. Tanner, John C. // Wireless Asia;Aug2002, Vol. 5 Issue 7, p10
Reports that patent holders have agreed on a licensing scheme for Motion Picture Experts Group version 4 (MPEG-4), the open video coding standard. Key technology for wireless video content services; Royalty to be paid by MPEG-4 decoders and encoders; Usage fee to be paid by service providers;...
- Life of compression. // TVB Europe;Mar2004, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p1
Reports on developments in the compression codec of choice for broadcasting as of March 2004. Efforts to improve coding efficiency; Reason why improved compression schemes can be deployed where compatibility is not required; Interest in video compression algorithms based on Fractals and...
- The big squeeze. Fox, David // TVB Europe;Mar2004, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p18
Reports on the compression issue in the video production and post-production. Suitability of MPEG-4 part 10 as an alternative to MPEG-2 compression scheme; Similarity of MPEG-4 with Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Media 9; Problems of high definition compression; Types of compression formats.
- Compressing the compressors. Fox, David // TVB Europe;Mar2004, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p19
Looks at compression systems. MPEG-4 Part 10 or Advance Codec/H264 (H264); Microsoft Corp.'s Windows Media9/Video Codec 9 (VC9); Probability that telecommunications and cable markets are the first large-scale adopters of VC9 and H264;Various application of H264 and VC9.
- Energy-Efficient Acceleration of MPEG-4 Compression Tools. Kinane, Andrew; Larkin, Daniel; O'Connor, Noel // EURASIP Journal on Embedded Systems;2007 Special Issue 4, p1
We propose novel hardware accelerator architectures for the most computationally demanding algorithms of the MPEG-4 video compression standard-motion estimation, binary motion estimation (for shape coding), and the forward/inverse discrete cosine transforms (incorporating shape adaptive modes)....
- New IPTV standard. // Telecom Asia;May2005, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p36
Introduces Optibase Inc.'s digital video standard, H.264 or the Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG)-4 part 10 audio video coding. Product specifications; Advantage of the standard over MPEG-2; Storage and bandwidth requirements.
- The HDV Sweet Spot. Mullen, Steve // Video Systems;Sep2004, Vol. 30 Issue 9, p19
Examines the inherent advantage of 720p30 high definition video (HDV) format. HDV editing of MPEG-2 without the need to demux and transcode; Use of graphics processing unit power; Advantage of progressive scanning; Temporal resolution of 720p30; Data rate. INSET: HD on a CD-ROM.
- The Changing World Of Video Compression. Nilsson, Frederik // Government Security;Aug2004, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p27
The article presents information about the digital video compression methodologies-including Motion JPEG (M-JPEG), MPEG-2, and MPEG-4. The latter of which has recently gained in popularity, yet remains largely misunderstood. A better-known alternative compression technique is MPEG. There are a...
- Networked Video. Ochiva, Dan // Digital Content Producer;May2006, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p108
The article focuses on the trend towards easy-to-install Internet Protocol (IP) Television. The introduction of motion picture experts group standard (MPEG)-based hardware has paved the way to delivering good-quality video over closed networks. Among the latest tools are VBrick's bricks and...