Looking into the Crystal Ball: The Future of Open-Standard Internet Video

June 2, 2005

Start with the premise that standards-based compression technologies, such as MPEG-2, have effectively solidified the broadcast market. Add in a pinch of discontent with proprietary compression technologies and a dash of hope that H.264 (AVC) is enough of a quality leap from MPEG-2 that broadcasters will adopt it.

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