3 edition of Video Compression found in the catalog.
December 15, 1997
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||352|
I would just go thru wikipedia: is a good start, and links to more detailed write ups of all the most important variants. Book Abstract: The Most Comprehensive Coverage of the Theory and Practice of Image and Video Compression This authoritative text enables readers to grasp the basic principles of still image and video compression methods as well as the current and popular compression standards, such as JPEG, MPEG, and Advanced Video Coding (AVC).
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Introduction to Data Compression, Fourth Edition, is a concise and comprehensive guide to the art and science of data compression. This new edition includes all the cutting edge updates the reader will need during the work day and in class. The book includes examples from the authors’ projects as well as recipes that offer a way to define some of the best practices of video compression today. This invaluable resource gives students: proven techniques for delivering video online, or via disc or other bility: Live.
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The book includes Video Compression book from the authors’ projects as well as recipes that offer a way to define some of the best practices of video compression today.
This invaluable resource gives you: proven techniques for delivering video online, or via disc or other devices. clear, straightforward explanations that cut through the by: 2.
Great book. What jumps out is that there is an art to video compression -- this is more than a how to book or compression for dummies book or a long tome that recites MPEG standards.
What I really liked about it was the way the author describes things in language that is easy to understand/5(16). Video compression is not a new process; however, it is forever evolving.
New standards, codecs, and ways of getting the job done are continually being created. Newcomers to video compression and seasoned veterans alike need to know how to harness the tools and use them for specific workflows for broadcast, the Web, Blu-rays, set-top boxes, digital cinema, and mobile devices.
What happens when you compress a video. Well, the first thing is, it becomes smaller. But, the more compressed the video is, the less quality is able to be retained, and the more degraded the image usually becomes.
Compression is a compromise between quality and file size. Book Description. More than ever, video and preparing it for delivery is a critical part of many jobs. One of the keys to delivering a high-quality video experience is understanding the fundamentals of video and video compression.
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It allows you to set the needed resolution and choose an output format freely and easily. Although lossless Video Compression book compression codecs perform at a compression factor of 5 to 12, a typical H lossy compression video has a compression factor between 20 and  The two key video compression techniques used in video coding standards are the discrete cosine transform (DCT) and motion compensation (MC).
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Video Compression and Communications has been updated and condensed yet remains all-encompassing, giving a comprehensive overview of the subject. Covering compression issues, coding delay, implementational complexity and bitrate, the book also.
Video compression is the process of encoding a video file in such a way that it consumes less space than the original file and is easier to transmit over the network/Internet. It is a type of compression technique that reduces the size of video file formats by eliminating redundant and non-functional data from the original video file.
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Without video compression, video streaming - one of the Internet's great innovations - would be nothing more than a pipe dream. That's why if digitizing video imagery is part of your work or hobby, here's an info-packed volume you need handy This CD-ROM with algorithms, encoders, and practice clips is your one-stop guide to the art and science /5(9).
Video is the Internet these days and as the growing trend toward viewing video on mobile devices increases too, the attention is turning toward creating a good user experience for downloading and viewing that video.
One of the keys to this is delivering video in the correct format with the proper compression for that delivery. Real World Video Compression is one of the first books on this. Three types of pictures (or frames) are used in video compression: I, P, and B frames.
An I‑frame (Intra-coded picture) is a complete image, like a JPG or BMP image file. A P‑frame (Predicted picture) holds only the changes in the image from the previous frame.
For example, in a scene where a car moves across a stationary background, only the car's movements need to be encoded. One of the first books on the topic to demystify the various approaches to video compression, this title shows readers how to compress video according to the specific requirements of their projects.
It allows them to learn some best practices by following the author's own tips and recipes. 1 Introduction to Video Compression Starting Our Journey We (that is, you and I) are going to explore video compression together.
It is a journey of discovery and surprise. - Selection from A Practical Guide to Video and Audio Compression [Book].
The first book to cover H in technical detail, this unique resource takes an application-based approach to the two standards and the coding concepts that underpin them.
Presents a practical, step-by-step, guide to the MPEG-4 Visual and H standards for video compression. The best compression ratio (close to theoretically achievable) at this stage is provided by arithmetic coding algorithms, which are mainly used in modern video compression systems.
From the above, the main factors affecting the effectiveness of a particular video compression system become apparent. Image and Video Compression: Communicating Pictures, Second Edition, gives a unique historical perspective of the role of images in communications before explaining the applications and requirements of a modern video coding draws on Dave Bull's extensive academic and professional experience of signal processing and video coding to deliver a text that isPages:.
There are many books published in the data compression field. Since the data compression area can be categorized in several parts, like lossless and lossy compression, audio, image and video compression, text compression, universal compression and so on, there are a lot of compression books on the market, which treat only a special part of the whole compression field.
To explain some of these dynamics, we thought it would be valuable to give a brief introduction to video compression and build up the general understanding of the technologies at play. The history of compression, why there was a push to switch from analogue to digital video, and the impacts of decisions to lower bitrates explain where the trade.
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