Coding of high quality moving pictures (MPEG-2)

Coding of high quality moving pictures (MPEG-2)

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This chapter discusses the coding of high quality moving pictures. The MPEG-2 standard on the other hand is more generic for a variety of audio visual coding applications. It has to include error resilience for broadcasting, and ATM networks. Moreover, it has to deliver multiple programs simultaneously without requiring them to have a common time base. These require that the MPEG-2 transport packet length should be short and fixed.

Inspec keywords: audio coding; video coding

Other keywords: advanced video coding; standard codec; audio-visual coding; ATM network; error resilience; image compression; broadcasting; MPEG-2 standard; high quality moving picture

Subjects: Image and video coding

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