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Video Compression Systems: From first principles to concatenated codecs (Iet Telecommuncations)
Video Compression Systems: From first principles to concatenated codecs (Iet Telecommuncations)
-Traces history of video compression systems from low bit rate compression to today's high quality HDTV compression
-Accessible to a wide audience - complicated processes are explained using figures and diagrams with descriptions of the algorithms.
This book gives an overview on many practical aspects of video compression systems used in broadcast TV, IPTV, telecommunication and many other video applications. Although the book concentrates on MPEG real-time video compression systems, many aspects are equally applicable to off-line and/or non-MPEG video compression applications.
After a brief introduction to digital video and video compression principles, the book gives a detailed description of all currently used MPEG video compression algorithms. Apart from the compression algorithms themselves the book also covers pre and post processing functions which are often neglected in compression books, yet they are essential parts of today's state-of-the-art compression systems. Furthermore, the book covers a wide range of important compression topics, such as statistical multiplexing, bit rate changing, splicing and compression concatenation. It does that not just by a thorough description of the processes involved but also by posing direct practical questions and providing example answers, referring to the relevant chapters. It spans the entire range from low bit rate compression for mobile applications to high quality HDTV contribution and distribution systems emphasising the differences in configurations for such diverse applications.
The main part of the book is intentionally written without mathematical equations to make it more readable and accessible to a wider audience. Instead, complicated processes, such as motion estimation in the frequency domain, are explained using figures and diagrams with accurate descriptions of the algorithms. However, mathematically minded engineers can still find relevant mathematical explanations in the appendix.
Introduction* Digital Video* Picture Quality Assessment* Compression Principles* MPEG Standards* Non-MPEG Compression Algorithms* Motion Estimation* Pre-processing* HDTV* Compression for Mobile Devices* MPEG Decoders & Post-Procession* Statistical Multiplexing* Compression for Contribution and Distribution* Concatenation and Transcoding* Bitstream Processing* Concluding Remarks8 Appendices* Bibliography* Glossary* Answers*
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A codec (a “coder”) is a procedure for coding and/or decoding data. Ein Codec (ein "Codierer") ist ein Verfahren zum Codieren und/oder Decodieren von Daten.
A codec (a “coder”) is a procedure for coding and/or decoding data. Ein Codec (ein "Codierer") ist ein Verfahren zum Codieren und/oder Decodieren von Daten.

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Real World Video Compression
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 topic to demystify the various approaches to compression. It begins by describing the basic concepts of video compression, explains why you might choose a particular compression tool over another, and covers important workflow practices. After the groundwork is laid, readers will learn how to compress their video according to the specific requirements of their projects and will learn some best practices by following the author's own tips and recipes. Experts in the field lend their own solutions in several sidebars throughout the book, making this a valuable learning tool for anyone learning to encode video, whether they are bloggers, DVD authors, video editors, or students.

Contents at a Glance
Chapter One: Understanding Video and Audio.
Chapter Two: The Language of Compression
Chapter Three: Best Practices
Chapter Four: Preprocessing
Interview with a Compressionist: John Howell
Chapter Five: Compression Tools
Interview with a Compressionist: Nico Puertollano
Chapter Six: Compressing for DVDs
Interview with a Compressionist: Ben Waggoner
Chapter Seven: Compressing for the Web
Interview with a Compressionist: Jim Rohner
Chapter Eight: Compressing for Mobile
Interview with a Compressionist: Ryanne Hodson
Chapter Nine: Compressing for Set-Top Boxes
Interview with a Compressionist: Andy Beach

"In the highly accessible REAL WORLD VIDEO COMPRESSION, Andy Beach
illuminates the dark-art of encoding and provides candid insight from
working professionals. Andy's fluid style and easy prose decode this
often misunderstood and often misinformed world...he is the Carl Sagan
of compression."

Brian Gary
Filmmaker, Compressionist