- ISO/IEC 13818-1:201x PDAM 6 Carriage of Quality Metadata
- ISO/IEC 13818-1:201x DAM 5 Carriage of MPEG-H 3D Audio over MPEG-2 Systems
- ISO/IEC 14496-10:2014/PDAM2 Additional Levels and Supplemental Enhancement Information
- ISO/IEC FDIS 14496-11 2nd edition Scene description and application engine
- ISO/IEC 14496-12 5th edition ISO base media file format
- ISO/IEC PDAM3 14496-16:2011 Printing material and 3D graphics coding for browsers
- ISO/IEC FDIS 14496-22 3rd edition Open Font Format
- ISO/IEC 15938-5:2005 FDAM 5 Quality metadata, multiple text encodings, extended classification metadata
- ISO/IEC CD 21000-20 2nd edition Contract Expression Language
- ISO/IEC CD 21000-21 2nd Media Contract Ontology
- ISO/IEC CD 21000-22 User Description
- ISO/IEC DIS 23000-15 Multimedia Preservation Application Format
- ISO/IEC CD 23000-16 Publish/Subscribe Application Format
- ISO/IEC 23001-4:2014/DAM1 Parser instantiation from BSD
- ISO/IEC 23001-8:2013/FDAM 1 New audio code points
- ISO/IEC 23001-9 DAM 1 Support of Sparse Encryption
- ISO/IEC FDIS 23001-10 Carriage of Timed Metadata Metrics of Media in the ISO Base Media File Format
- ISO/IEC 23001-11 PDAM 1 Green Metadata for HEVC SEI message
- ISO/IEC 23003-3:2012/PDAM 3, Support for MPEG-D DRC
- ISO/IEC CD 23006-2 3rd edition MPEG extensible middleware (MXM) API
- ISO/IEC 23008-2:2013/FDAM4 3D Video Extensions
- ISO/IEC 23008-2:2013/PDAM5 Screen Content Coding Extensions
- ISO/IEC 23008-3/DAM 1, 3D Audio Profiles
- ISO/IEC 23008-3:201x/DAM 2, 3D audio file format
- ISO/IEC FDIS 23008-12 Carriage of Still Image and Image Sequences
- ISO/IEC 23009-1:2014 FDAM 2 Spatial Relationship Description, Generalized URL parameters and other extensions
- ISO/IEC 23009-1:2014 PDAM 3 Authentication, Access Control and multiple MPDs
- ISO/IEC CD 23009-5 Server and Network Assisted DASH
The 111th MPEG Meeting will take place from 16 to 20 February 2014 at
Centre International de Conférences de Genève (CICG)
rue de Varembé 17
CH - 1211 Geneva 20
Please note the following
- Registration at http://itu.int/reg/tmisc/3000725
- Badge pick-up and on-site registration: although the meeting venue during 16-20/02/2014 is the CICG, badges will not be distributed there. Delegates must pick their badges at the Montbrillant building entrance of ITU (Rue de Varembé 2, about 100 metres from CICG). For a Google street view, see http://tinyurl.com/itu-badges or here.
- The main meeting (16-20/02/2014) will be preceded by ad hoc group meetings
- The meetings of the JCT-VC and JCT-3V will be held under the auspices of the ITU
- Members will not need to pay facilities fees
- There will be no badge delivery over the week end, but pre-registered delegates can get into the building if they have pre-registered on the ITU registration page and provide their passport to the security officer. Entrance during the weekend is only through the ITU Tower. (For a Google street view, see http://tinyurl.com/itu-tower or here). Alternatively, delegates can get their badges on Friday 13 Feb 2015 afternoon, should they already be in Geneva.
The 111st MPEG meeting will take place in the CICG and ITU buildings all close to
rue de Varembé
CH - 1211 Geneva 20
Ad hoc meetings on the weekend 15-16 February 2014:
- ITU buildings (see details below)
The host for this meeting will be the International Telecommunication Union – Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T). The ITU Headquarters are adjacent to the CICG and the IEC building, and have four entrances:
- Montbrillant building (also used for badge collection and on-site registration)
Rue de Varembé 2 (click here for a Google street view)
- Varembé building entrance (unmanned door only for badge holders)
- ITU Tower entrance (the only one open during the weekend)
- Av. Giuseppe Motta (click here for a Google street view)
Contact persons (from the host)
ITU-T Study Group 16 Secretariat
Tel : +41-22 730-5445
Fax : +41-22 730-5853
Registration and meeting information
The pre-registration for the ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 11 meeting is online.
Badges will be available for the delegates who pre-registered at the reception of the Montbrillant building, Mon-Fri 0830-1200, 14:00-1700 hours. Updated meeting schedules will be displayed in the monitors found in the ITU and CICG premises, as well as online (RSS feed available).
ITU as a host can, at the official request of the administration or entity you represent, approach the competent Swiss authorities in order to facilitate delivery of the visa but only within the period mentioned of six weeks before the date of beginning of the meeting. Any such request must specify the name and functions, date of birth, number, dates of issue and expiry of passport of the individual(s) for whom the visa(s) is/are requested (see example) and be accompanied by a copy of the notification of confirmation of registration approved for the ITU-T meeting in question, and must be sent to TSB by fax (+41 22 730 5853) or e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) bearing the words "Visa request (MPEG meeting)".
Delegates attending meetings hosted by ITU may benefit from special terms in a number of hotels in Geneva. There you will find a self-explanatory procedure to be followed for the reservation of hotels. A hotel confirmation form is available for download.
ITU is not responsible for reservation confirmations, cancelled or charged reservations or no-shows. Please contact the hotel directly for all reservation matters, including for any changes to be made. Please make your own reservation by filling out the hotel registration form,
How to reach CICG and ITU
For all relevant information with regard to ITU and Geneva, please see this ITU web page
There is a single airport in Geneva, which serves for both domestic and international flights and is close to ITU and Geneva downtown.
Public transport in urban Geneva is quite good, so renting a car for those staying downtown may not be necessary. Hotels normally offer bus passes valid for the period of stay (without additional cost to their guests).
The temperature in February normally ranges from 2 to 10 ºC.
The standard power supply is 220 Volts, 50Hz. Power plugs normally found are Swiss SEV 1011 and CEE 7/16. Adapters are found for sale in electronics stores, supermarkets and at the airport.
Most government offices are open between 0830 – 1200 and 1330 – 1700 hours from Monday to Friday. Most stores are usually open from 0800 to 1845 hours. Saturdays, from 0800 to 1700 hours. General commerce is closed on Sundays. Shops at the airport are open until 2000 hours, inclusive on weekends and holidays. Convenience stores open all days, hours vary.
Automated Teller Machines (ATM)
Travellers who carry internationally recognized credit cards (such as VISA and MasterCard) can get a cash advance in Geneva at Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) installed at banks, airports, major hotels, department stores, subway stations and tourist attractions.
Wireless LAN (IEEE 802.11a/g/n) facilities are available for use by delegates in the CICG conference rooms. Wired and wireless network access is available in the ITU Montbrillant building. Desktop computers and printers are available in the cybercafé area in the ITU Tower 2nd basement floor as well as in the Delegate Space of the ground floor in the Montbrillant building. Detailed information is available on the ITU-T website (http://itu.int/ITU-T/edh/faqs-support.html).