Moving Pictures Experts Group

Moving Pictures Experts Group

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Incorrect expansion of MPEG, which stands for Moving Picture Experts Group.
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264 advanced video codec, which was developed by the Moving Pictures Experts Group and International Telecommunications Union (ITU).
Lastly, Leonardo Chiariglione, Digital Media Strategist and Chair of the International Moving Pictures Experts Group (MPEG) will present: "Digital Rights Management (DRM), the Savior of Digital Media - If Only It Were That Easy.
264/AVC standard is approaching completion by the Joint Video Team (JVT), which brings together video experts from industry and academia in the International Telecommunications Union's Video Coding Experts Group (ITU VCEG), and the International Organization for Standardization's Moving Pictures Experts Group (ISO MPEG).
These efforts include the HDTV Workshop, an international event to promote HDTV technologies beyond specific industry interests; ISO Moving Pictures Experts Group (MPEG) standards committee; the Secure Digital Music Initiative (SDMI) which sought to develop specifications for secure digital music delivery; Image Communications, a journal about image communication; the Digital Audio-Visual Council (DAVIC) to develop international specifications for the delivery of digital media; the Foundation for Intelligent Physical Agents (FIPA) to develop international specifications of generic agent technologies; and the Open Platform Initiative for Multimedia Access (OPIMA) to develop international specifications for pay-for-play services.
MPEG is a set of international digital video and audio compression standards and file formats developed by Moving Pictures Experts Group.
Note to Editors: (1) MPEG is an international standard specified by the Moving Pictures Experts Group (MPEG) for compression and decompression of video and audio data.
Unlike ISDN-class videoconferencing systems, VBricks utilize the Moving Pictures Experts Group (MPEG) video standards, the same as used by broadcasters, to deliver the highest quality video and extremely cost-effective prices.
QCT's MSM3300(TM) Mobile Station Modem (MSM(TM)) solution features the highest level of wireless modem integration, incorporating gpsOne and SnapTrack technology as well as Bluetooth wireless connectivity, Moving Pictures Experts Group Layer-3 (MP3) digital music support and other multimedia functions.
The MP4 standard was developed by the Moving Pictures Experts Group (MPEG) in concert with the International Standards Organization (ISO) to increase the proliferation of standards-based digital audio and video across the Internet and other next-generation networks including cable, telecommunications, wireless, fiber and ATM-based infrastructures.
Qwest and Triumph will be the first to provide a fiber video service using the Moving Pictures Experts Group (MPEG) standard - MPEG-2 - which is designed for the latest advances in video transmission, such as high quality digital TV broadcasts.
MPEG stands for the Moving Pictures Experts Group, an industry group working on common standards for digital video and audio products.