Read technical papers from Ateme, BBC R&D and Divideon lifting the lid on serious disquiet in the world of video compression and watch experts recent progress and predict future performance gains.
One of the biggest economic advantages in all of media technology accrues from video compression; the complex process which allows us to represent moving images in a highly efficient information-rich form.
As we seek to deliver UHDTV and VR-360 video through limited channels, there is huge pressure on the world’s experts to find new tricks which will lead to yet lower transmission rates. In this fascinating session these experts will tell us about recent progress and predict remarkable future performance gains:
Download the technical papers:
- An overview of recent coding developments in MPEG and AOMedia by Andrew Seixas Dias, Saverio Blasi, Fiona Rivera, Ebroul Izquierdo & Marta Mrak, BBC R&D and Queen Mary University London, UK
- AV1: Implementation, performance and applications by Jerome Vieron & Ian Trow, Ateme, France & UK
- The XVC video codec: A revolutionary software-defined video compression format by Jonatan Samuelsson & Per Hermansson, Divideon, Sweden