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.
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Alois Bock is a Senior Member of Technical Staff with Tandberg Television, part of the Ericsson Group, and is working on H.264 encoding algorithms. Dr Bock has published over 30 papers and holds 8 patents. Dr Bock is a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology and a Chartered Engineer.
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