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Authors: Chandon Kumar
Keywords: HD video
Issue Date: 17-Feb-2011
Abstract: MPEG is a famous four letter word which stands for the Moving Pictures Experts Group To the real world, MPEG is a generic means of compactly representing digital video and audio for consumer distribution .In 1992,this group had launched its first standard MPEG-1.After this, a long list of MPEG standard they have developed with different sets of features added to it as gradual advancement of digital video and audio.MPEG-E(2007) is last standard developed by this group,which has multimedia programming interface architecture.currently this group is woking on the MPEG-V,M and U. The basic idea of video compression is to transform the stream of high data bits into reduced data bits.Video is actually the set of frames.when a video is made to run, then a certain number of frames (for normal video,25-30 frames/second and for high definition video(HD video),it is 60 frames/second.) starts passing through in sequence per second .since the changes (scenes) in the frames, in most of cases is very low.so redundancy of data among the frames(in majority) found at high level.so it incourage users to go for video compression ,in order to reduce the redundancy level of data among frames. Through video compression we can make use of fixed memory storage devices(like hard disk etc.) efficiently,but at the cost of some quality degradation (acceptable) of video.
Description: Seminar report submitted in Oct 2010 in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech ) in Computer Science and Engineering under the Guideship of Shekha Chenthara
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2223
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