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  • 1. MPEG
standards:
where
are
we
today?
 Systems
 Chris&an
Timmerer
 Klagenfurt
University
(UNIKLU)

Faculty
of
Technical
Sciences
(TEWI)
 Department
of
Informa&on
Technology
(ITEC)

Mul&media
Communica&on
(MMC)
 h3p://research.8mmerer.com

h3p://blog.8mmerer.com

mailto:chris8an.8mmerer@itec.uni‐klu.ac.at

  • 2. Outline
 •  Introduc8on
 –  Delivery
Formats
(File/Transport)
 –  Mul8media
Applica8on
Formats
 •  MPEG‐V:
Informa8on
Exchange
with
Virtual
 Worlds
 •  MPEG‐M:
Mul8media
Extensible
Middleware
 (MXM)
 •  Advanced
IPTV
Terminal
(AIT)
 2009/03/19
 Chris8an
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 2

  • 3. Systems
 •  Coded
Representa&on
of
Delivery
Protocols
and
Formats,
 of
Presenta8on
Informa8on,
and
of
Schemes
for
Declaring
 and
Describing
Mul8media
Content
Data
Structures
and
 Related
Informa8on
 •  Area
of
Work
 –  Carriage
and
the
storage
of
mul8media
content
and
related
 informa8on
on
specific
delivery
mechanisms
 –  Presenta8on
of
a
combina8on
of
coded
media
such
as
text,
 images,
graphics,
audio,
moving
images
and
related
informa8on
 –  Schemes
that
declare
and
describe
digital
items,
mul8media
 content
data
structures
and
related
informa8on,
enabling
 crea8on,
exchange,
distribu8on,
transac8on,
storage,
search,
 retrieval,
browsing
and
filtering
of
digital
items
and
mul8media
 content
 2009/03/19
 Chris8an
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 3

  • 4. Delivery
Formats
(File/Transport)
 AhG
 •  MPEG
program/transport
stream
(.ps/.ts):
 N10509
 DVD,
DVB,
DMB,
ATSC
 •  MPEG‐1/‐2
file
formats
 ISO
base
media
ff
 (.mpg,
.mpeg,
.mp3)
 •  MPEG‐4,
Part
12:
ISO
base
media
file
 format
 mp21
 –  Jointly
with
JPEG
 mp4
 jpeg
 –  MP4
file
format
(.mp4)
 avc
 –  AVC
file
format
+
support
for
 SVC,
MVC
(.mp4)
 svc
 mvc
 –  MPEG‐21
file
format
(.mp21)
 h3p://lists.uni‐klu.ac.at/mailman/lis8nfo/mp4‐sys
 2009/03/19
 Chris8an
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 4

  • 5. Mul8media
Applica8on
Format
(MAF)
 MPEG‐A
specifies
a
combina8on
of
already
standardized
 MPEG
and
non‐MPEG,
tools
providing
an
appropriate
 technical
solu8on
for
a
class
of
applica8ons.

 Pt.
1:
Purpose
of
MAFs
(TR)
 Pt.
2:
Music
Player
(Apr’07)
 Pt.
3:
Photo
Player
(Oct’06)
 Pt.
4:
Musical
Slide
Show
(Apr’07)

 Pt.
5:
Media
Streaming
(Oct’07)

 Pt.
6:
Professional
Archival
(Oct’08)

 Pt.
7:
Open
Access
(Jan’08)
 Pt.
8:
Portable
Video
(Apr’08)

 Pt.
9:
Digital
Mul8media
Broadcas8ng
(Oct’07)
 Pt.
10:
Video
Surveillance
(Jul’08)
 Pt.
11:
Stereoscopic
Video

(Oct’08)
 Pt.
12:
Interac8ve
Music
(Apr’10)
 2009/03/19
 Chris8an
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 5

  • 6. MPEG‐V:
Informa8on
Exchange
with
Virtual
Worlds
 AhG
 N10512
 h3p://lists.uni‐klu.ac.at/mailman/lis8nfo/metaverse
 2009/03/19
 Chris8an
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 6

  • 7. MPEG‐V:
Sensory
Informa8on
 •  Sensory
Effect
Descrip8on
Language
 –  Basic
building
blocks:
Descrip8onMetadata,
Declara8on,
Effect,
 GroupOfEffects,
Parameter
 –  Common
a3ributes:
XSI,
ac8vate,
dura8on,
fade‐in,
fade‐out,
alt,
 priority,
intensity,
posi8on,
adaptType,
adaptRange,
autoExtrac8on,

 –  Low‐level
datatypes:
vacant
 •  Sensory
Effect
Vocabulary
 –  (Color)
Light,
Temperature,
Wind,
Vibra8on
 –  Flash
Light,
Water
Sprayer,
Perfumer/Scent,
Fog,
Window
Blind/ Shadow,
Sound,
Color
Correc8on
 2009/03/19
 Chris8an
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 7

  • 8. MPEG‐M:
MPEG
Extensible
Middleware
(MXM)
 AhG
 N10515
 h3p://lists.uni‐klu.ac.at/mailman/lis8nfo/mxm
 h3p://mxm.wg11.sc29.org/
 2009/03/19
 Chris8an
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 8

  • 9. Advanced
IPTV
Terminal
(AIT)
 AhG
 N10514
 •  The
AIT
standard
intends
to
enhance
IPTV
services
by
 extending
terminal
capabili8es
with
advanced
features
such
as:
 –  Content
genera8on,
processing,
and
distribu8on
by
a
large
number
of
 users
 –  Global,
seamless
and
transparent
use
(regardless
of
geo‐loca8on,
 service
provider,
network
provider
and
manufacturer)
 –  Diversity
of
user
experience
through
easy
download
and
installa8on
of
 applica8ons
produced
by
a
global
community
of
developers

 •  Shall
be
jointly
developed
by
ISO/MPEG
and
ITU‐T
Q.13/Q.16
 •  Use
cases
 Professional
/
user
generated
contents
for
mash‐ups
 –  Commercial
live
event
 –  Live
niche
programs
 –  Pay‐per‐view
over
the
Internet
 –  h3p://lists.uni‐klu.ac.at/mailman/lis8nfo/jiptv
 2009/03/19
 Chris8an
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 9

  • 10. Links
 •  MPEG
Web
site:
 h3p://www.chiariglione.org/MPEG
 •  MPEG
Mee8ngs:
 h3p://www.chiariglione.org/MPEG/ mee8ngs.htm
 •  MPEG
Content
Management:
 h3p://wg11.sc29.org/index.xalter
 2009/03/19
 Chris8an
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
 10

  • 11. Thank
you
for
your
a3en8on
 ...
ques8ons,
comments,
etc.
are
welcome
…
 
Ass.‐Prof.
Dipl.‐Ing.
Dr.
Chris8an
Timmerer
 Klagenfurt
University,
Department
of
Informa8on
Technology
(ITEC)
 Universitätsstrasse
65‐67,
A‐9020
Klagenfurt,
AUSTRIA
 chris8an.8mmerer@itec.uni‐klu.ac.at
 h3p://research.8mmerer.com/
 Tel:
+43/463/2700
3621
Fax:
+43/463/2700
3699
 ©
Copyright:
Chris.an
Timmerer
 2009/03/19
 Chris8an
Timmerer,
Klagenfurt
University,
Austria
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