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Lossless Video Compression for Archives : Motion JPEG 2 k and Other Options

@inproceedings{Gilmour2005LosslessVC,
  title={Lossless Video Compression for Archives : Motion JPEG 2 k and Other Options},
  author={Ian Gilmour and R. J. D{\'a}vila},
  year={2005}
}
Two complementary image compression schemes are in widespread use: JPEG and MPEG, along with some other, less standardized options. The original JPEG has been used for many years in compressing full color images. JPEG-2000 uses wavelet compression as adopted for the Digital Cinema Initiative (DCI), and enables true lossless compression. MPEG-4 is being adopted rapidly for transmission of audio, video and other data at lower bit-rates for similar quality compared to previous MPEG standards. MPEG… Expand
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