Standards: Appendix D - ISO Standards & Parts

This is a list of the major video coding related ISO standards and their individual parts.

This is an Appendix to our series of articles on Standards.

Standard Description
ISO 11172 MPEG-1 - Coding of Moving Pictures and Associated Audio
ISO 13818 MPEG-2 - Generic Coding of Moving Pictures and Associated Audio Information
ISO 14496 MPEG-4 - Coding of Audio-Visual Objects
ISO 15938 MPEG-7 - Multimedia Content Description Interface
ISO 21000 MPEG-21 - Multimedia Framework
ISO 23000 MPEG-A - Multimedia application format
ISO 23001 MPEG-B - MPEG systems technologies
ISO 23002 MPEG-C - MPEG video technologies
ISO 23003 MPEG-D - MPEG audio technologies
ISO 23004 MPEG-E - Multimedia Middleware
ISO 23005 MPEG-V - Media context and control
ISO 23006 MPEG-M - Extensible Middleware (MXM)
ISO 23007 MPEG-U - Rich media user interfaces
ISO 23008 MPEG-H - High Efficiency Coding and Media Delivery in Heterogeneous Environments
ISO 23009 MPEG-DASH - Dynamic adaptive streaming over HTTP
ISO 23090 MPEG-I - Coded representation of immersive media
ISO 23091 MPEG-CICP - Coding- independent code points
ISO 23094 MPEG-5 - General Video Coding (GVC) - EVC & LCEVC

 

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