Indeo


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Indeo

A video compression/decompression algorithm from Intel that is used to compress movie files.
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Indeed, the great Josiah Wedgwood visited the area in 1775, but dismissed the fledgling Indeo Pottery company founded in 1766 as: "a poor trifling concern, and conducted in a wretched slovenly manner.
Indeed, the great Josiah Wedgwood visited the area in 1775, but dismissed the fledgling Indeo Pottery company founded by London businessman Nicholas Crisp in 1766, describing it as: "a poor trifling concern, and conducted in a wretched slovenly manner.
From streaming media's early days--when codecs such as MPEG-1 faced off with Intel's Indeo, Microsoft's Windows Media, and RealNetworks' RealVideo--there has always been an underlying tug-of-war between standards and advances, between open source and licensing, between one-size-fits-all and customization on a per-use basis.
Then a commercially available video editor (VirtualDub) was used to crop the frames of the AVI files around the locations of the talkers' heads, convert them from color to gray scale, and compress them with the Indeo 5.
Another new export options allows outputting to AVI formats, including DivX, XviD, Cinepak, and Intel Indeo.
A plethora of codecs vie for attention in between those two, with the Sorenson codec a popular choice for Apple users, and indeo or mpeg for PC users.
Upon installation on the first computer, a window popped open warning that the Indeo video 5 DirectShow filter requires either Internet Explorer 4 or DirectShow and would not install.
Increased optimization of GLPRO's image display architecture allows high speed animation to be displayed without the reliance on any external codec such as Quicktime or Indeo AVI.
Open video streaming functions must support all international and industry video format standards such as MPEG1, MPEG2, DVD, MPEG4, Indeo, Cinepak, QuickTime, and Motion-JPEG.
Web professionals can create compact animation using any content, even video, and utilize the most advanced compression available such as Sorenson Video, Intel Indeo, Qualcomm PureVoice, and QDesign Music.
McGeady, who is now VP of Intel's content group and director of its internet health initiative, formed the Intel Architecture Labs (IAL) in 1991 with senior VP Ron Whittier and worked on such technologies as native signal processing (NSP), Indeo video compression and ProShare videoconferencing.
In Multimedia applications development using Indeo Video and DVI technology.