MPEG Compression for Motion-Intensive Applications
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The MPEG compression algorithm is intended for compression of full-motion video. The compression method uses interframe compression and can achieve compression ratios of 200:1 through storing only the differences between successive frames. The MPEG approach is optimized for motion-intensive video applications, and its specification also includes an algorithm for the compression of audio data at ratios ranging from 5:1 to 10:1.
KeywordsCost Function Motion Vector Current Frame Mean Absolute Difference Exhaustive Search Algorithm
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