JPEG XS—A New Standard for Visually Lossless Low-Latency Lightweight Image Coding

  title={JPEG XS—A New Standard for Visually Lossless Low-Latency Lightweight Image Coding},
  author={Antonin Descampe and Thomas Richter and Touradj Ebrahimi and Siegfried Foessel and Joachim Keinert and Tim Bruylants and Pascal Pellegrin and Charles Buysschaert and Ga{\"e}l Rouvroy},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG) XS is a new International Standard from the JPEG Committee (formally known as ISO/International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) JTC1/SC29/WG1). It defines an interoperable, visually lossless low-latency lightweight image coding that can be used for mezzanine compression within any AV market. Among the targeted use cases, one can cite video transport over professional video links (serial digital interface (SDI), internet protocol (IP), and Ethernet… 

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