|Timhillone Software Co.,Ltd|
|Timhillone specializes in multimedia surveillance and communication software for windows. We provides the best application of H.264 codec in terms of compression ratio, video quality, software function and code efficiency. Our product have outstanding video effect in local area network or internet. Our professional developer have many years of experience in video software.
Timhillone constantly trying to expand into more forms of multimedia software and ip camera software for computers. We will keep improving the functions and performance of our products.
|H.264 Video Codec :|
|H.264 is the most advanced video coding standard available today. It uses many new coding techniques not available in MPEG2, MPEG4 and H.263. This new standard is taking the industry by storm and was jointly developed by the ISO MPEG and ITU standardization bodies. This chart shows the evolution of video coding standards.|
|For those of you who want to learn more about video compression and the H.264 standard, the following site is an excellent place to start:|
|H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Introduction|
|For you who are already familiar with video compression standards and want to know more about the H.264 standard, the following publication (19 pages) is an excellent source:|
|H.264/MPEG-4 AVC Overview (PDF) (2.986KB)|
|A draft of the whole H.264 Standard (264 pages) from the 'ITU-T 8th meeting: Geneva, Switzerland, May 23-27 2003', is also downloadable below:|
|The whole H.264 Standard (draft from May 23-27 2003) (PDF) (1,334KB)|
|The new H.264 video compression standard is the first to be ratified by both the ISO/IEC and ITU-T. It raises the bar considerably compared to MPEG4-ASP and yields better picture quality while significantly lowering the bit rate. This allows lower overall system cost, reduced infrastructure requirements and enables many new video applications. H.264 is considered the greatest achievement in video compression in the past 10 years and is already finding its way into many mainstream video applications.
Below follow some practical comparisons between different coding technologies for 90 min of DVD quality video: