Motion Picture Experts Group

Motion Picture Experts Group

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Incorrect expansion of MPEG, which stands for Moving Picture Experts Group.
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This complicated abbreviation is short for MPEG-l, audio layer 3, with MPEG being an acronym for Motion Picture Experts Group, the standards body that created this file format.
This complicated abbreviation is short for MPEG-1, audio layer 3, with MPEG being an acronym for Motion Picture Experts Group, the standards body that created this file format.
In a recently published white paper, ESPRE compared the LSVX CODEC to Windows Media 9 (WM9) and Motion Picture Experts Group v.
This could be done, though, when greater compression technology, such as the MPEG-4 system now being standardized by the Motion Picture Experts Group, becomes available for video.
MP3 stands for Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG), Audio Layer 3, an easily distributable music file format with near-CD quality sound.
MPEG stands for Motion Picture Experts Group, a committee formed in 1988 under the leadership of Leonardo Chiariglione of italy.
MPEG, which stands for Motion Picture Experts Group, is an enhanced video standard featuring full-motion graphics.
In spite of its name, however, MP4 is GMO's own proprietary format, and is not to be confused with the Motion Picture Experts Group MPEG-4, the true successor to MP3.
The semiconductors that are covered include Set Top Box Tuner, Demodulator and Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG) Decoder.
After a hiccup in 2001, the Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG) video chip market will continue to grow through 2006, according to In-Stat/MDR (http://www.
In addition, the CX23880/CX23881 facilitates analog video to Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG) conversion by providing an 8- or 10-bit ITU-R 656 pixel interface to an external MPEG-2 encoder for real-time compression and a host port for DMA of the compressed data to the host or hard disk.
0, with its newest GUI interface, enables enterprises to receive, play, and record live, multi-cast and stored video content that meets both the Motion Picture Experts Group (MPEG)-1 and MPEG-2 industry standards, without adding desktop PC hardware.

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