Moving Picture Experts Group


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Moving Picture Experts Group

(compression, standard, algorithm, file format, body)
(MPEG, ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29 WG11) An ISO committee that generates standards for digital video compression and audio. Also the name of their algorithms.

MPEG-1 is optimised for CD-ROM and is the basis for MP3. MPEG-2 is aimed at broadcast quality video for applications such as digital television set-top boxes and DVD. MPEG-4 is a standard for low bandwidth video telephony and multimedia on the World-Wide Web. MPEG-3 was merged into MPEG-2.

http://cselt.it/mpeg/. MPEG.org. MPEG decoder. MPEG routines.
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NIST actively participated in the development of the MPEG-7 Multimedia Content Description Interface standard, which was released at the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) meeting in Thailand in December 2001.
Combining the high packet data capability with a rich set of applications -- including gpsOne position location support, Qtunes Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG-1) Layer-3 (MP3) player software, Compact Media Extension (CMX) Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI)-based multimedia software and Java -- the MSM5100 solution will drive the rollout of many new and differentiated devices to support the rapid growth of exciting new 3G services from operators worldwide.
The MSM3300 solution offers the highly integrated features of QCT's Wireless Internet Launchpad(TM) suite of advanced technologies and software, including gpsOne(TM) position location capabilities featuring SnapTrack(TM) technology, Bluetooth(TM) connectivity capabilities, UMTS Subscriber Identity Module (SIM), and multimedia features such as Qtunes(TM) Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG-1) Layer-3 (MP3) player software support and Compact Media Extension (CMX(TM)) Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI)-based multimedia software.
Developed by the Moving Picture Experts Group, MPEG-4 is the internationally recognized ISO standard for creating and delivering multimedia content over networks.