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MPEG and JPEG as SCs proposal

1.    Proponents W. Bailer and C, Timmerer (AT); G. Lafruit (BE); B. Zatt (BR); C. Alberti and M. Mattavelli (CH); T. Huang and L. Yu (CN); J. Ostermann (DE); J. Delgado and F. Morán Burgos (ES); M. Preda and F. Prêteux (FR); L. Chiariglione,

The benefits of the MPEG Future proposal

MPEG Future makes a clear proposal for the future of MPEG: inject new elements of innovation while moving MPEG and with its successful standardisation model up one layer in the ISO hierarchy – from Working Group (WG) to Subcommittee (SC). What is the value of

MPEG standards

MPEG-1 ISO/IEC 11172 Coding of moving pictures and associated audio for digital storage media at up to about 1,5 Mbit/s Systems Video Audio Compliance testing Software simulation MPEG-2 ISO/IEC 13818 Generic coding of moving pictures and associated audio information Systems Video Audio Coformance testing Software

MPEG scope of work

Serve as responsible body within ISO/IEC for recommending a set of standards consistent with the Area of Work: Efficient coding and compression of digital representations of light and sound fields, e.g.: Conventional moving pictures (natural and computer-generated), Multiview moving pictures Immersive moving pictures (e.g. volumetric,

MPEG liaisons

MPEG has has common projects with a number of other organisations. Those in normal are completed, those in italic under way and those underlined are planned. The first column gives the entity with which collaboration was/is/will be entertained. The second column gives the date of

MPEG and international standardisation

Standards have a special place in industry because they represent convergence points where the parties involved, who typically are in competition, find it convenient to agree on a single solution. Standards bodies exists at the international level: International Telecommunication Union (ITU) for matters related to telecommunication

A SWOT analysis for MPEG

A Strength-Weaknesses-Opportunities-Threats (SWOT) analysis has been carried out using the following parameters. 1.              Scope of standards 2.              Use of standards 3.              Membership 4.              Structure 5.              Communication 6.              Leadership 7.              Process to develop standards 8.              Capability to innovate 9.              Client industries 10.           Liaison/collaboration 11.           Business model