Tag Archives: MPEG

GPAC support for HEIF

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Please refer to this page for more up to date information: https://github.com/gpac/gpac/wiki/GPAC-support-for-HEIF

 

Apple has announced this week at WWDC2017 support for the High Efficiency Image Format (HEIF) (see video here). HEIF is a new image format defined within MPEG, by companies such as Apple, Nokia, Canon, … and by the GPAC team and Telecom ParisTech. So, the GPAC tools are already capable of producing HEIF images. This post provides instructions to do so.

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MPEG-HEVC Support in GPAC

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Please refer to this page for more up to date information: https://github.com/gpac/gpac/wiki/MPEG-HEVC-Support-in-GPAC

 

This week was held in Incheon, South Korea, the 104th MPEG meeting. For this occasion, the GPAC team worked hard to prepare the following contribution.

This contribution discusses SVC, WebVTT and in particular the support for MPEG-HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding, a.k.a. H.265) packaging, streaming and playback in GPAC. I’ve extracted the HEVC related part of this contribution in this post. Continue reading MPEG-HEVC Support in GPAC

MPEG-SVC in GPAC

This week was held in Incheon, South Korea, the 104th MPEG meeting. For this occasion, the GPAC team worked hard to prepare the following contribution.

This contribution discusses MPEG-HEVC (see this post), WebVTT and in particular the support for MPEG Scalable Video Coding (SVC) packaging, streaming and playback in GPAC. I’ve extracted the SVC related part of this contribution in this post. Continue reading MPEG-SVC in GPAC

DASH Streaming Support

NOTE: This post is not the most up-to-date documentation of DASH support in GPAC. For the latest information on DASH, check out these pages:

We have been updating the support for DASH Streaming (ISO/IEC 23009-1) in GPAC as of revision 3849. The update covers both content generation tools and player, and both DASH and HLS support.

For more details on what is DASH and HTTP streaming, please refer to this post. Continue reading DASH Streaming Support

Meet the GPAC Team @ MPEG

GPAC people are attending the MPEG 96th meeting in Geneva, Switzerland. Activities followed are:

  • Dynamic Adaptive Streaming over HTTP (DASH);
  • ISO Base Media File Format;
  • MPEG-2 Transport Stream;
  • Systems aspects of Universal Speech and Audio Coding;
  • MPEG-4 Scene Descriptions;
  • MPEG-U Advanced User Interactions.

If you’re interested and have questions, meet us or ask questions on our forums.