MPEG

Moving Picture Experts Group

MPEG

Moving Picture Expert Group. Originator of most common sound encoding standard MPG3

MPEG

A compression scheme optimised for moving pictures whereby the potential for compression is based on the similarity of successive pictures.

MPEG

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Motion Picture Expert Group. The abbreviation is used to describe a compression format for digitised video images. (JPEG)
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MPEG

(from the article `data compression`) ...to 256 colours. A greater range of colours can be used with the JPEG (joint photographic experts group) formatting standard, which uses both ...
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MPEG

(Motion Picture Experts Group) This is a standard compression format for storing and transferring pictures, music and data with little or no loss in quality. Different formats include MPEG-2 and advanced MPEG-4, which is used primarily to compress digital audio and video data as well as stream media. Sony Cyber-shot cameras, Handycam camcorders and...
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MPEG

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MPEG

(Moving Pictures Experts Group) A working group of experts formed by the ISO/IEC to develop the standards for audio and video compression and transmission. The group formed in 1988 and today has over 380 members. They are responsible for many popular standards including MP3 and MPEG-4.
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MPEG

a (compressed) bitmap file format expressly for moving images including sound; comes in various 'flavours', one of which (MPEG-2) is used for publishing programmes on DVD. MPEG4 has better compression and is likely to become standard
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MPEG

A family of multimedia standards developed by the Motion Picture Experts Group, commonly used to refer to audio or visual files saved with MPEG compression schemes. Files usually have an .mpg extension (pronounced 'Em-Peg').
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MPEG

Compression standard for the data reduction of moving images. Unlike JPEG only the differences between two successive images are saved.
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MPEG

In computing, a committee of the International Standards Organization, formed in 1988, that sets standards for digital audio and video compression; hence, any file that has been compressed using those standards. The MPEG-1 is the standard for the digital coding of video pictures for CD recording; MPEG-2 is a common standard for broa...
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MPEG

Motion Picture Expert Group. A standard for animations, which saves an image and then updates the changes, made to each frame. This means that it is smaller than other animation formats. You need a very fast machine to run MPEG through software, or some kind of MPEG cartridge.
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MPEG

Motion Picture Experts Group - this is the name given to a specific type of compressed moving image with sound, and is the de-facto standard used both for DVDs and also digital broadcasting.
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MPEG

Motion Picture Experts Group--a standard for coding moving television pictures and associated audio.
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MPEG

Motion Picture Experts Group. An ISO group of experts that has recommended manipulation of digital motion images. Today there are a couple of MPEG recommendations, of which the most well known are MPEG-1 and MPEG-2. The latter one is widely accepted for high definition digital television, as well as multimedia presentation.
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MPEG

Motion Picture Experts Group; multimedia video playback standard - allows digital video to compressed using JPEG and encoded video sequences. Two MPEG standards exist: MPEG-1 is about equal to a VCRand the one associated with personal computers, while MPEG-2 supports high quality digital video.
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MPEG

Motion Picture Experts Groups. A set of norms for online broadcasting and compression of digital video and audio.
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MPEG

Motion Pictures (Coding) Experts Group
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MPEG

Motion Pictures Expert Group. A motion picture compression system
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MPEG

Motion Pictures Expert Group. A motion picture compression system.
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MPEG

Moving (or Motion) Pictures Experts Group. The group that has defined the multimedia compression standard for consumer and professional digital audio and video. The University of Plymouth uses MPEG-2 to digitise and compress it's uplink signals for satellite transmission.
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MPEG

Moving Picture Experts Group. ISO / ITU-T. MPEG is involved in defining a standard for data compression of moving pictures. Its work follows on from that of JPEG [single pictures] to add inter field compression, the extra compression potentially available through similarities between successive frames of moving pictures. MPEG-1: Uses a data rate of...
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MPEG

Moving Pictures Expert Group. A working group associated with the development of audio and video encoding standards.
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MPEG

Moving Pictures Experts Group. A file format used for digital video.
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