13.1 – MPEG-1

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The goal of MPEG-1 was to leverage the manufacturing power of the Consumer Electronics (CE) industry to develop the basic audio and video compression technology for an application that was…

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13.2 – MPEG-2

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MPEG-2 was a more complex beast to deal with. A digitised TV channel can yield 20-24 Mbit/s, depending on the delivery system (terrestrial/satellite broadcasting or cable TV). Digital stereo audio…

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13.4 – MPEG-7

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In the late 1990’s the industry had been captured by the vision of “500 hundred channels” and telcos thought they could offer interactive media services. With the then being deployed…

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13.6 – MPEG-A

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The official title of MPEG-A is Multimedia Application Formats. The idea behind MPEG-A is kind of obvious: we have standards for media elements (audio, video 3D graphics, metadata etc.), but…

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