Emmy for H.264/MPEG-4 AVC video standardof thomas - 25 Aug 2008 18:59:00 One month before the of the U.S. Academy of Television Arts & Sciences verliehenenen Emmys (the television equivalent of the Oscars) will be officially awarded, the winner of Emmys for Technology & Engineering has been announced. The "Prime Time Award" was awarded an international team for the development and establishment of the Videokodierstandards H.264/MPEG-4 AVC High Profile. The three heads of the Joint Video Team, by Thomas Wiegand Heinrich Hertz Institute Berlin, Gary Sullivan of Microsoft and Ajay Luthra Motorola of Technology took the Emmy p.23. August jointly opposite. Professor Wiegand was the editor the H.264 specification drafted and shared with his team s.HHI synonymous significantly to the technical content of H.264 contributed. Researchers continue to look after the HHI of the software, as a reference for the functioning of the standards used. They have also established s.seiner cooperated in many areas, such as TV, mobile and Internet.
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Antwort von raymaker:
Absolutely deserved, H.264 is einfach geil:)
Antwort von domain:
I find synonymous mega-Affengeil, border genial and especially the super photos of our cameras extremely pipifein coded and we will all still be so very happy ;-))