A Practical Guide to Video and Audio Compression

A Practical Guide to Video and Audio Compression

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Learn all about Codecs--how they work, as well as design and implementation with this comprehensive, easy-to-use guide to compression. After reading this book, you will be able to prepare and distribute professional audio and video on any platform including streamed to the web, broadcast on-air, stored in PVRs, Burned onto CD-ROMs or DVDs, delivered by broadband, or viewed in Kiosk applications, PDA devices, and mobile phones. Key benefits: * Learn from an award-winning technologist for a top media company who knows how to explain codecs in terms you can understand * This entry-level guide contains clear explanations and hundreds of diagrams--no math background needed! Also includes a comprehensive glossary which serves as a useful reference to many technical terms and jargon you will encounter * Learn how to choose the right technique to get the most out of your compression system--saving both storage space and moneyrelevant to understanding how TV works and by implication how compression has to work: Picture sizes on different TV ... way that analog TV is broadcast in the United States, although this does not actually describe a picture size, resolution, anbsp;...

Title:A Practical Guide to Video and Audio Compression
Author:Cliff Wootton
Publisher:Taylor & Francis - 2005


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