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France Begins DTT Information Campaign

by Tom Allen

France’s Agence Nationale des Fr√©quences (ANFR) has launched an information campaign on the country’s upcoming digital transition. DTT services will be moved from MPEG-2/MPEG-4 AVC to purely MPEG-4 AVC. The transition will take place …

Tags:France| Large Display Monitor| MPEG 2| MPEG4 (H.264 AVC)| Vol 22 - Issue 47

Google Aims at VP10 in 2016

by Tom Allen

Google has spoken to CNet about the company’s plans for its VP10 codec which is under development. Google’s existing VP9 codec is an alternative to the more mainstream HEVC. However, it has recently been …

Tags:Cisco| Codecs| Google| HEVC (H.265)| Large Display Monitor| MPEG4 (H.264 AVC)| Patents| Vol 22 - Issue 36| VP9

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Infocomm Round-up

by Bob Raikes

3M was showing its latest 55″ procap display which was offering support for 60 touches and can recognise touches in 10ms with refresh rates of the touch in the range 100-120Hz. The display uses …

Tags:3D Cinema| 3D Projection| 3M (MMM)| Cisco| Collaboration| High Brightness Displays| Infocomm 2015| Large Display Monitor| Matrox| MPEG4 (H.264 AVC)| Pico Projectors| Prysm| Touch Displays| Video Walls| Vol 22 - Issue 26

10 Million French TVs Affected by MPEG-4

by Tom Allen

As many as 25% of older French TVs could be affected by the country’s switch from MPEG-2 to MPEG-4, says GfK. The firm estimates that about 10 million of the 40 million sets sold …

Tags:France| Large Display Monitor| MPEG 2| MPEG4 (H.264 AVC)| Vol 22 - Issue 08

Max Sound Sues Google for Patent Infringement

by Bob Raikes

With video streaming being one of the hottest topics in the home entertainment world these days, the lawsuit of Max Sound Corporation against Google over video compression software has raised one or two eyebrows. …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| MPEG4 (H.264 AVC)| Patents| Streaming Video| Vol 21 - Issue 50

Thomson Shows HD Broadcast on Single MUX

by Raverstead

Thomson Video Networks has tested the broadcast of five HD channels from a single 24.8Mbps multiplex, in France. The country currently uses three multiplexes for HD broadcast. Thomson used its ViBE EM4000 HD/SD encoder …

Tags:DVB-T & T2| France| Large Display Monitor| MPEG4 (H.264 AVC)| Terrestrial (DTT)| Vol 21 - Issue 49