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The MPEG Standards
There are several different versions of MPEG compression. They are described in the following sections.
MPEG-1
MPEG-1 was created to solve the transmission and storage challenges associated with relatively low-bandwidth situations, such as PC to CDROM or low bit rate data circuits. MPEG-2, on the other hand, was designed to address much more sophisticated transmission schemes in the 6 to 40 megabit per second range. This positions it to handle such applications as broadcast television and HDTV, as well as variable bit rate video delivered over packet, Ethernet, and Token Ring networks.
MPEG-2
The original MPEG-1 standard was optimized for CD-ROM applications at 1.5 Mbps. Video, one of the applications that users wanted to place on CD, was strictly noninterlaced format (progressive scan). Unfortunately, today s television pattern is interlaced. This created a problem; luckily MPEG-2 handles the conversion well. MPEG-2 initially gained the attention of both the telephone and the cable television industries as the near-term facilitator of video-ondemand services. Today, it is widely used in DVD production because it has the ability to achieve high compression levels without loss of quality, as well as in cable television, DBS, and HDTV. MPEG-2 has also found a home in corporate videos and training products because of its ability to achieve CD-compatible compression levels.
MPEG-3
MPEG-3, also known as MP3, has become both famous and infamous of late and has made Napster and Metallica household names. MPEG layer 3 is a type of audio CODEC that delivers significant compression of as much as 12:1 of an audio signal with very little degradation of sound
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quality. Higher compression levels can be achieved, but sound quality suffers. The standard bit rates used in MP3 CODECs are 128 and 112 Kbps. One advantage of MP3 is that a sound file can be broken into pieces and each piece remains independently playable. The feature that makes this possible means that MP3 files can be streamed across the net in real time, although network latency can limit the quality of the received signal. The only real disadvantage of MP3 compression is that significant processor power is required to encode and play files. Dedicated MP3 players have recently emerged on the market and are proving to be quite popular, led by Apple s iPod. I received one as a gift from my wife this year; it has a 40 GB hard drive, on which I have now loaded nearly 4,000 songs and used precisely 8 GB of space. Amazing.
MPEG-4
MPEG-4 is a specially designed standard for lower bit rate transmissions such as dial-up video. MPEG-4 is the result of an international effort that involves hundreds of researchers from all over the world. Its development was finalized in October 1998 and became an International Standard in the first months of 1999. MPEG-4 builds on the proven success of three fields: digital television, interactive graphics applications, and interactive multimedia such as the distribution of HTML-encoded Web pages.
MPEG-7
MPEG-7, officially known as the Multimedia Content Description Interface, is an evolving standard used to describe multimedia content data that allows some degree of interpretation of the information s actual meaning, which can be accessed by a computer. MPEG-7 does not target any particular application; instead it attempts to standardize the interpretation of image elements so that it can support a broad range of applications. Consider the following scenario. A video editor, attempting to assemble a final cut of a video, finds that she needs a specific piece of B-roll (fillin footage) to serve as a segue and to cover a voice-over during one particular scene in the video. She knows that the footage she needs exists
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