MPEG-7 is an ISO/IEC standard developed by the Moving Picture Experts Group. MPEG-7, formally named "Multimedia Content Description Interface", is a standard for describing the multimedia content data that supports some degree of interpretation of the information¡¯s meaning, Unlike previous MPEG standards aimed at encoding, MPEG-7 is not aimed at any one application in particular; rather, the elements that MPEG-7 standardizes support as broad a range of applications as possible.
International standard for media content description. Support for content management applications was a one of the design requirements for the MPEG-7 standard and, as such, it consists of methods for computing feature extraction, similarity, and classification for a wide range of audio and visual media. For more information see MPEG-7 Group.
A formal system for describing multimedia content. This is not a compression format.
MPEG-7, formally known as Multimedia Content Description Interface, or ISO 15938 (Moving Picture Experts Group): A set of standardized tools to describe multimedia resources, including still images, moving images, audio, etc. Originally released in late 2001.
Multimedia Content Description Interface. An encoder which is not application-specific; it permits only some interpretation of multimedia content data. It is meant to support as broad a range of applications as possible.
MPEG-7 is a multimedia content description standard. This description will be associated with the content itself, to allow fast and efficient searching for material that is of interest to the user. MPEG-7 is formally called Multimedia Content Description Interface.