by Philip Merrill Many enjoy not following the ins and outs of intellectual property law however MPEG’s Intellectual Property Rights Ontologies group has taken it on as a mechanical challenge. The context includes a growing collection of MPEG-21 related work, and the upshot is that
By Philip Merrill The Moving Picture Experts Group had scheduled its 130th quarterly international meeting for Austria’s Alpbach from April 20th through the 24th, 2020, but instead of meeting in the Tyrol, the 130th became MPEG’s first online-only meeting. More than 600 participants used MPEG’s
Established in 1988, the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) has produced some 180 standards in the area of efficient distribution on broadcast, broadband, mobile and physica medial, and consumption of digital moving pictures and audio, both conventional and immersive, using analysis, compression and transport technologies.
Probably not many know that MPEG started as a subgroup of JTC 1/SC 2/WG 8 (SC 2 is the subcommittee in charge of character coding). When WG 8 became SC 29 the WG 8 subgroups (JBIG, JPEG, MPEG and MHEG) became working groups: WG 9,
MPEG is a unique machine that has produced and counts on producing standards affecting the life of billions of people and wide swathes of the industry. Read at https://lnkd.in/eAgSNcR why industry and consumers have the right to expect that this machine is allowed to do
The board of company STN has asked its CEO to have a look at how the company is organised. The company has two divisions serving loyal customers and is faring well. However, it has an odd unbalance between its two M and J divisions: M
On Saturday 19 October 2019 I talked about “The world is going digital – MPEG did so 30 years ago” at the Joint IEC TC 100 and JTC 1 workshop held in Shanghai.
I do some work promoting this MPEG Future LinkedIn group :-). Here is a message I have received: “Thanks a lot for sharing this information and inviting me in the group. I know about the origins of MPEG from explanations from two professors and I