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  • MPEG Standardization Roadmap October 2017 Version

  • Why a Standardisation Roadmap?

    • MPEG has created, and is still producing, media standards that enable huge markets to flourish

    • MPEG works on requirements from industry • Many industries represented in MPEG, but not all of

    MPEG’s customers can or need to participate in the process

    • MPEG wants to inform its customers about its long- term plans (~ 5 years out)

    • … and collect feedback and requirements from these customers

    • … including in this session

  • What is in the Roadmap

    • Our roadmap is a short document.

    • It briefly outlines MPEG’s most important standards

  • 1990 2000 20101995 2005 2015

    MP3 MPEG-2 Video & Systems AVC HEVC

    MP4 FF MMTDASH

    AAC

    Internet Audio

    Digital Television

    Music Distribution

    Media Storage and Streaming

    UHD & Immersive Services

    New Forms of Digital Television

    Unified Media Streaming

    OFF

    HD DistributionMobile Video

    Custom Fonts on Web & DigiPub

    MPEG-4 Video

    MLAF

    Second Screen

    3D Audio

    MPEG Standards

  • What is in the Roadmap

    • Our roadmap is a short document.

    • It briefly outlines MPEG’s most important standards

    • It then gives an overview of MPEG’s activities

  • MPEG- 1,2,4,H,I

    MPEG-7

    MPEG-21

    MPEG-A

    MPEG- B,C,D, DASH

    MPEG- E,M

    MPEG- U,V

    MPEG’s Areas of Activity

    Compression of video, audio and 3DG

    Description of video, audio and multimedia for content search

    Technologies for content e-commerce

    Multimedia Application Formats (combinations of content formats)

    Systems, video, audio and transport

    Multimedia Platform

    Technologies

    Device and application interfaces

  • What is in the Roadmap

    • Our roadmap is a short document.

    • It briefly outlines MPEG’s most important standards

    • … it then gives an overview of MPEG’s activities

    • … and then an overview of all MPEG’s standards

  • 1990 2000 20101995 2005 2015

    Video

    Video

    AVC HEVCSPVideo ASP

    Systems PS/TS DASH

    MMT

    MP4 FF TT

    Media- related

    MPEG-V

    CDVS

    DID

    CEL/MCOCENC

    UD

    MDS

    Audio MP3 AAC 3D AudioSurround

    SAOC

    USAC

    DRC

    MP1 L2

    Colour coding

    MPEG-1 MPEG-2 MPEG-4 MPEG-7

    MPEG-A MPEG-B MPEG-H

    MPEG-21

    MPEG-VMPEG-C MPEG-D

    Graphics BIFS AFX ARAFOFF

    All acronyms are explained in the companion document to this presentation

  • Significant Developments Shape MPEG’s Roadmap

    • The relentless increase of IP-distributed and Mobile media

    • Higher quality

    • More immersive media (UHD, VR, AR)

    • The Internet of Media Things & Wearables

    • Cloud-based media processing, storage and delivery

  • 2018 2020Jan 2017 2019 2021

    Internet Video Coding

    IoMT

    Media Orchestration

    CMAF

    Descriptors for Video Analysis (CDVA)

    Audio Wave Field CodingAR/VR Audio extension

    Point Cloud Compression

    HDR TR HDR TR 2

    OMAF OMAF v2

    Genome Compression

    Network Media Processing Interfaces Coding

    2022

    Systems and Tools

    Hybrid Natural Synthetic Scenes

    New, Immersive Video Codec

    Light Field Coding

  • 2018 2020Jan 2017 2019 2021

    Internet Video Coding

    IoMT

    Media Orchestration

    CMAF

    Descriptors for Video Analysis (CDVA)

    Audio Wave Field CodingAR/VR Audio extension

    Point Cloud Compression

    HDR TR HDR TR 2

    OMAF OMAF v2

    Genome Compression

    Network Media Processing Interfaces Coding

    2022

    Systems and Tools

    Hybrid Natural Synthetic Scenes

    New, Immersive Video Codec

    Light Field Coding

    Cross-platform Media Distribution

  • 2018 2020Jan 2017 2019 2021

    Internet Video Coding

    IoMT

    Media Orchestration

    CMAF

    Descriptors for Video Analysis (CDVA)

    Audio Wave Field CodingAR/VR Audio extension

    Point Cloud Compression

    HDR TR HDR TR 2

    OMAF OMAF v2

    Genome Compression

    Network Media Processing Interfaces Coding

    2022

    Systems and Tools

    Hybrid Natural Synthetic Scenes

    New, Immersive Video Codec

    Light Field Coding

    Cross-platform Media Distribution

    VR360, on-demand and live (3 DoF)

  • 2018 2020Jan 2017 2019 2021

    Internet Video Coding

    IoMT

    Media Orchestration

    CMAF

    Descriptors for Video Analysis (CDVA)

    Audio Wave Field CodingAR/VR Audio extension

    Point Cloud Compression

    HDR TR HDR TR 2

    OMAF OMAF v2

    Genome Compression

    Network Media Processing Interfaces Coding

    2022

    Systems and Tools

    Hybrid Natural Synthetic Scenes

    New, Immersive Video Codec

    Light Field Coding

    Cross-platform Media Distribution

    VR360, on-demand and live (3 DoF)

    Immersive Media with 6 Degrees of Freedom

    Combining Natural and Synthetic content

  • MPEG-I

    New MPEG project: ISO/IEC 23090

    Coded Representation of Immersive Media

    8 parts currently envisaged: 1. Architectures 2. Omnidirectional Media AF 3. New & Immersive Video Coding 4. New & Immersive Audio Coding 5. Point Cloud Coding 6. Metadata for Immersive Services and Applications 7. Metrics for Immersive Services and Applications 8. Network-Based Media Processing

  • New & Immersive Video Codec – Timeline (MPEG-I pt. 3)

    15

    Step Year Month

    Collection of test material 2017 Jan Preliminary CfE 2017 Jan Final CfE 2017 Apr Assessment of CfE responses 2017 Jul Preliminary CfP 2017 Jul Final CfP 2017 Oct Bitstream submission 2018 Feb Subjective tests 2018 Apr Delivery of standard 2020 Oct

  • Questions to MPEG’s Customers

    • Which needs do you see for media standardisation, between now and years out?

    • What MPEG standardisation roadmap would best meet your needs?

    • To accommodate your use cases, what should MPEG's priorities be for the delivery of specific standards? For example, do you urgently need something that may enable basic functionality now, or can you wait for a more optimal solution to be released later?