MPEG-4 Mobile Video Evolution
(From the WWJ Team, April 15, 2004)
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"Always in motion, the future is," says Master Yoda - and your faithful Jedi knights at WWJ just got a lesson on what's coming out for mobile phones here this summer. Conventional H.264 video compression requires a large volume of arithmetic operations, and additional components such as H.264-dedicated LSI application processors (essentially a high-speed digital signal processing chip). However, when a H.264/MPEG-4 AVC codec meets a super algorithm that boosts on-chip processing, the result is super-clear video with less demand on battery power. "Algorithm Specialist" Techno Mathematical Co., Ltd., has just released its Digital Media New Algorithm (DMNA) and today's program takes a look at the results.