What is the difference between mpeg and jpeg
MPEG is used for video compressing and JPEG is used for picture compressing. Thanks for using ChaCha!
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- mp1, mp2, mp3, mp4 and mpeg are all media formats. jpg and jpeg are the same thing, it is an image format.
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- What is the difference between JPEG and MPEG video in digital cameras?
- Q: Ok well i am getting my first digital camera, and i don't know anything about JPEG and MPEG.Which is better JPEG or MPEG video?
- A: JPEG VideoSimilar to a digital still picture camera, a network camera captures individual images and compresses them into a JPEG format. The network camera can capture and compress, for example, 30 such individual images per second (30 fps), and then make them available as a continuous flow of images over a network to a viewing station. At a frame rate of about 16 fps and above, the viewer will perceive full motion video. We refer to this method as Motion JPEG or M-JPEG.As each individual image is a complete JPEG compressed image, they will all have the same guaranteed quality, determined by the compression level as defined for the network camera or network video server.MPEG Simply described, MPEG’s basic principle is to compare two compressed images to be transmitted over the network, and using the first compressed image as a reference frame (called an I-frame), only sending the parts of following images (B- and P-frames) that differ from the reference image. The network viewing station will then reconstruct all images based on the reference image and the “difference data” contained in the B- and P-frames.They both have their place and use. I tend to prefer MPEG personally.
- whats the difference between AVI, Motion JPEG and mpeg video formats in digital cameras ?
- Q: In Digital Cameras, whats the difference between AVI, Motion JPEG and mpeg video formats ? whats the quality difference & space needed in the disk for each type ?
- A: Greetings,Hold on to your hat as your question brings up a complicated answer. I’ll try to keep it short and give you references to the different technical articles. (I’m starting with the assumption that you are referring to the common mpeg2 format and not just mpeg per se.) AVI and Mpeg2 formats are very common video formats used today in popular Camcorders. Mjpeg is popularly used in portable photo cameras. The AVI format that you listed is better described as DV-AVI format. The DV-AVI formats official name is IEC 61834 and is used in nearly all new tape driven Digital Camcorders. It has a normal compression rate of (to be exact) 25.146 Mbit per second resulting in a file size of around 13 Gigabytes per hour. The A/V quality of this format is very high for the standard definition television signal.The Mjpeg format is like normal Mpeg2 to a degree with the largest difference being that it doesn’t use interframe predictions or, to say it another way, each frame is complete in and of itself and does not need the frame before or after to display itself. It’s kind of like using a very fast still camera to take video. The major drawback is that the compression ability is removed and can not be as small a file as compared to Mpeg2. (One can really “geek out” on the detail of the different formats, so I’ll provide links at the end of this answer for you to enjoy.)The Mpeg2 format is a very common format used for a host of different devices. DVD’s, HDD Camcorders, even over the air and satellite TV signals utilize Mpeg2 format. It “is a standard for the generic coding of moving pictures and associated audio information” used in a host of places but the link below will give you a whole host of detailed information and why would I want to bore you with those details and not sleep when I should be snoozing…?? So, follow the link below and I’m going to get some shut eye…Hope that helps…Jeff
- What is the difference between MP1, MP2, MP3, MP4, MPEG, JPG and JPEG?
- A: mp1, mp2, mp3, mp4 and mpeg are all media formats.jpg and jpeg are the same thing, it is an image format.
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