MPEG-A

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MPEG-A is a group of standards for composing MPEG systems formally known as ISO/IEC 23000 - Multimedia Application Format, published since 2007.[1][2][3]

MPEG-A consists of 20 parts, including:

  • MPEG-A Part 1: Purpose for multimedia application formats
  • MPEG-A Part 2: MPEG music player application format
  • MPEG-A Part 3: MPEG photo player application format
  • MPEG-A Part 4: Musical slide show application format
  • MPEG-A Part 5: Media streaming application format
  • MPEG-A Part 6: Professional archival application format
  • MPEG-A Part 7: Open access application format
  • MPEG-A Part 8: Portable video application format
  • MPEG-A Part 9: Digital Multimedia Broadcasting application format
  • MPEG-A Part 10: Surveillance application format
  • MPEG-A Part 11: Stereoscopic video application format
  • MPEG-A Part 12: Interactive music application format
  • MPEG-A Part 13: Augmented reality application format
  • MPEG-A Part 15: Multimedia preservation application format
  • MPEG-A Part 16: Publish/Subscribe Application Format
  • MPEG-A Part 17: Multiple sensorial media application format
  • MPEG-A Part 18: Media linking application format
  • MPEG-A Part 19: Common media application format (CMAF) for segmented media (MPEG CMAF),[4] – a media application format for ABR (adaptive bitrate) media

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  1. ^ MPEG. "MPEG standards - Full list of standards developed or under development". chiariglione.org. Archived from the original on 2010-04-20. Retrieved 2010-02-09.
  2. ^ MPEG. "Terms of Reference". chiariglione.org. Archived from the original on 2010-02-21. Retrieved 2010-02-09.
  3. ^ "Working documents, MPEG-A (Multimedia Application Format)". MPEG. Retrieved 2016-12-21.
  4. ^ ISO. "ISO/IEC DIS 23000-19 - Information technology -- Multimedia application format -- Part 19: Common Multimedia Application Format (CMAF)". ISO. Retrieved 2019-03-25.