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MPEG video compression standards

MPEG video compression standards

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Having investigated the basic principles of video compression, it is time to have a look at some real compression algorithms. By far the most widely used family of video compression algorithms used in broadcast and telecommunication applications are the MPEG algorithms. The Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) is a working group of ISO/IEC (the International Organization for Standardisation/International Electrotechnical Commission), i.e. a non governmental international standards organisation. The first MPEG meeting was held in May 1988 in Ottawa, Canada. To date, MPEG has produced a number of highly successful international standards for video compression, as well as for multimedia content management.

Inspec keywords: ISO standards; data compression; media streaming; IEC standards; video coding

Other keywords: International Organization for Standardisation; International Electrotechnical Commission; Canada; broadcast applications; multimedia content management; Moving Picture Experts Group; nongovernmental international standards organisation; MPEG video compression standards; ISO-IEC standards; telecommunication applications

Subjects: Multimedia communications

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