A video sequence composed of a sequence of JPEG compressed images. Abbreviated to MPEG (see MEG below).
Some digital cameras can record a fast sequence of images in QuickTime Motion JEPG format.
A version of JPEG for compression of motion video, as opposed to still images. Redundancy is ignored, resulting in a high bit rate; advantages are simplicity and fast access to individual images.
Motion JPEG is a simple compression/decompression technique for network video. Latency is low and image quality is guaranteed, regardless of movement or complexity of the image. Image quality is controlled by adjusting the compression level, which in turn provides control over the file size, and thereby the bit rate. High-quality individual images from the Motion JPEG stream are easily extracted. See also JPEG and GIF.
The Media 100 standard used since 1996 in all versions of SD Media 100 NLEs. Very high quality compression at 300Kb/frame or abut a 2:1 ratio from uncompressed SD.
A variation of the JPEG still image compression format adapted for use as a video compression codec. Motion JPEG uses intraframe compression.
Created by the Joint Photograph Experts Group, motion JPEG is a compression/decompression program for video files.
A simplified versi on of the JPEG compression scheme. It loads a fixed Huffman table (which lists bit streams and their abbreviations) for all frames of a video rather than for each frame.