High Definition Stream Management (HDSM) – Maximum scalability and bandwidth management - Part 2

When it originated, HDSM was a groundbreaking technology, developed to be most effective when applied to the JPEG2000 compression platform. This was primarily due to the dynamic adaptability of JPEG2000 paired with high-resolution imaging. Here’s why: JPEG2000 is a frame-by-frame, or intra-frame, compression technology that applies a compression algorithm to each frame captured by a camera. The resulting video is a series of individually compressed frames that do not require information from other frames. HDSM technology leveraged the granularity of the JPEG2000 standard so that the video, in various resolutions, could be stored, accessed and transmitted within specific portions and layers of the image.

What's inside?

  • Roots of HDSM: JPEG2000
  • Transition to H.264
  • HDSM versus Transcoding
  • How HDSM technology benefits the rest of your system
  • Video latency
  • Conclusion
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High Definition Stream Management Part 1: Maximum scalability and bandwidth management

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