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also know as MPEG, the Moving Picture Experts Group.

The MPEG acronym is also used to indicate a suite of

ISO/IEC digital media standards developed by this JTC 1 Working Group.

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The Moving Picture Experts Group

Standards

MPEG-G

A suite of standards to providenew effective and interoperable solutions for genomic information processing applications

MPEG-DASH

DASH is a suite of standards providing a solution for the efficient and easy streaming of multimedia using existing available HTTP infrastructure (particularly servers and CDNs, but also proxies, caches, etc.).

MPEG-H

Suite of standards for heterogeneous environment delivery of audio-visual information compressed with high efficiency

MPEG-U

Specification of the exchange, the display, the control and the communication of widgets with other entities and for data format for advanced user interaction (AUI) interfaces to support various advanced user interaction devices.. MPEG-U provides a general purpose technology with innovative functionality that enable its use in heterogeneous scenarios such as broadcast, mobile, home network and web domains:

MPEG-M

MPEG-M is a suite of standards to enable the easy design and implementation of media-handling value chains whose devices interoperate because they are all based on the same set of technologies, especially MPEG technologies accessible from the middleware and multimedia services

MPEG-V

MPEG-V outlines an architecture and specifies associated information representations to enable interoperability between virtual worlds (e.g., digital content provider of a virtual world, gaming, simulation), and between real and virtual worlds( e.g., sensors, actuators, vision and rendering, robotics). Please see http://wg11.sc29.org/mpeg-v/ for a detailed spacification.

MPEG-E

A standard for an Application Programming Interface (API) of Multimedia Middleware (M3W) that can be used to provide a uniform view to an interoperable multimedia middleware platform.

MPEG-A

A suite of standards specifying application formats that involve multiple MPEG and, where required, non MPEG standards

MPEG-21

A suite of standard that define a normative open framework for end-to-end multimedia creation, delivery and consumption that provides content creators, producers, distributors and service providers with equal opportunities in the MPEG-21 enabled open market, and also be to the benefit of the content consumers providing them access to a large variety of content in an interoperable manner.

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