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AVC format

(Advanced Video Coding format) The video compression techniques used in the H.264 standard, jointly developed by ISO and the ITU-T. The format is commonly designated as "H.264/AVC." See H.264, AVCHD, AVC-Intra and SVC.
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264/MPEG-4 AVC format which is suited for high quality long-time recording, and the MPEG-2 format which offers high bit rate stability as well as superior association with the current video editing environment.
Television programming and broadcast movies are increasingly being delivered in the popular MPEG-4 AVC format which offers tremendous bandwidth advantages compared to MPEG-2, particularly for HD programming.
264/MPEG-4 AVC format, users can pack 85 hours of high-quality video into a 30GB video iPod or about 2.