video codec

Discussion in 'Video Cameras' started by ERIC.LNL, May 13, 2006.

  1. ERIC.LNL

    ERIC.LNL Guest

    Hi,
    Below are the questions I need to know the answers, thank you very
    much!!!

    1. May I know the technical paper of xvid codec, ms mpeg-4 version 3
    codec and h.264 codec?
    I am doing the assignment of those codec, I need to know the
    details.

    2. what is the type of cpu utilization, hardware requirement,
    resolution supported(below 640 X
    480) when each type of codec applied?

    3. Can each of them support in real time?
     
    ERIC.LNL, May 13, 2006
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    Tony Morgan Guest

    There's a wonderful Internet gizmo called Google. Learn to use it and
    you'll find all you need - like for instance:
    http://www.m4if.org/resources/profiles/index.php#mpeg22

    You can also access Microsoft's Knowledge Base from here:
    http://search.microsoft.com/?mkt=en-US

    You really shouldn't be asking for information that any Internet numpty
    can find through well recognised search engines.
     
    Tony Morgan, May 14, 2006
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    :::Jerry:::: Guest

    Especially when it's for a (student / study) assignment, half the
    point of such exercises is to show that the author can do their own
    research, by all means ask for conformation on something that you
    have already found but people should not really ask others to do half
    the assignment for them!
     
    :::Jerry::::, May 14, 2006
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    Tony Morgan Guest

    Indeed. ISTM that they seem to give degrees and diplomas away like they
    used to give away Green Shield Stamps.

    I was told by a former Uni professor not all that long ago that these
    days, lecturers are assessed by the proportion of their undergrads who
    are awarded diplomas/degrees. Funding too, is based on this. Since in
    Unis (and some colleges) marking and assessments are not subject to
    external scrutiny, everyone who stays the course is likely to get his
    degree/diploma irrespective of his project work and exam results.
     
    Tony Morgan, May 14, 2006
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