What's Clogging Up the Pipes
- Video compression--how it's done. // Electronic Design;10/14/96, Vol. 44 Issue 21, p118
Focuses on video compression. Use of data from only one frame at a time; Encoding of key frames and estimating motion changes between key frames; Encoding searches; Picture formats; Discussion on motion compensation.
- More myths about compression. Watkinson, John // TVB Europe;Sep97, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p14
Opinion. Clarifies various misconceptions about video compression. Key benefits of compression; MPEG standards' attribute; Problems associated with the video compression; Approaches to compression in production; Other recording formats.
- C-Cube nearing MCT buy. // Electronic News;11/27/95, Vol. 41 Issue 2093, p46
Reports that C-Cube Microsystems appears to be on the verge of finalizing acquisition of Media Computer Technologies (MCT). Digital video compression; Hopes of enhancing C-Cube's ability to offer original equipment manufacturers (OEM) complete multimedia solutions; Integrated circuits and...
- China's compression choice. Mu, John // EDN Europe;Jul2005, Vol. 50 Issue 7, p100
Focuses on the development of the Advanced Audio Video Coding Standard in Information Technology (AVS) codec in China. Technologies included in the alternative audioâ„video compression standard; Features of AVS; Contention on the compatibility of the proposed standard.
- Aspect ratio convertion with Axon's ARC-2000. Schut, Peter // Broadcast Engineering;Aug99, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p92
Features the application of the Axon ARC-2000 video equipment. Camera resolutions; Video Compression; Notation for type of display; System setting; Control.
- Serial bus drives digital video. Silver, Adam // TVB Europe;Apr97, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p48
Discusses the ability of the DVC digital video-compression and video tape format to connect to computers. Capabilities of microcomputer buses based on the EEEI 1394 standard; Manipulation of digital video using DVD camcorders; Editing of digital video.
- Video compression. Robin, Michael // Broadcast Engineering;Nov2002, Vol. 44 Issue 11, p30
Focuses on the techniques of the digital video compression technology in the U.S. Preservation of picture quality; Use of the blanking removal scheme; Conversion of the spatial amplitude data into spatial frequency data.
- VDOnet exits consumer market, eyes OEMs. Guglielmo, Connie // Inter@ctive Week;10/20/97, Vol. 4 Issue 36, p11
Reports on October 20, 1997 that VDOnet Corporation has decided to sell its video-over-the-Web technology to original equipment manufacturers. Factors influencing VDOnet's decision; Information on the company's operations; Microsoft's investment in the video technology industry.
- New ITU video coding standard. // Telecommunications - International Edition;Feb2003, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p13
Reports on the International Telecommunication Union's (ITU) H.264 video compression standard that provides improvements in video quality. Applications of the standard.