ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 N 5634
DATE: 2003-11-05
 

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29
Coding of Audio, Picture, Multimedia and Hypermedia Information
Secretariat: Japan (JISC)

DOC. TYPE Meeting Announcement and Draft Agenda
TITLE Calling Notice and Draft Agenda, the 67th SC 29/WG 11 Meeting, 2003-12-08/12, Hawaii, USA  [SC 29/WG 11 N 5905]
SOURCE Convener, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 11
PROJECT  
STATUS Calling Notice and Draft Agenda [Requested action: Each SC 29 member is requested to forward a list showing the names and employers of its delegates and also the name of the head of delegation to the WG 11 Convener and the SC 29 Secretariat by due date.]
ACTION ID ACT
DUE DATE 2003-11-08
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Secretariat, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29
IPSJ/ITSCJ (Information Processing Society of Japan/Information Technology Standards Commission of Japan)*
Room 308-3, Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg., 3-5-8, Shiba-Koen, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0011 Japan
Telephone: +81-3-3431-2808; Facsimile: +81-3-3431-6493; E-mail: ogura@itscj.ipsj.or.jp
*Standard Organization Accredited by JISC


INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATION FOR STANDARDISATION
ORGANISATION INTERNATIONALE DE NORMALISATION
ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG 11
CODING OF MOVING PICTURES AND AUDIO

ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29/WG1 WG 11 N5905

 October 2003

Source:

Leonardo Chiariglione- Convenor

Title:

67th WG11 meeting notice

The 67th MPEG meeting will be held from 2003/12/08T09:00-12T21:00 at 

Hilton Waikoloa Village Tel: +1 (808) 886-1234
425 Waikoloa Beach Drive Fax: +1 (808) 886-2900
Waikoloa, Hawaii 96738

e-mail: info@HiltonWaikoloaVillage.com

USA  

Note that

  1. Facilities fees will be charged on participants (see logistic information)
  2. Ad hoc group meeting may be held on the week end before the meeting
  3. Presentation session on MPEG and its working method will be held on Sunday 2003/12/09T18:00.

You are strongly urged to register with the Convenor.


Proposed agenda

1

Opening

   

2

Roll call of participants

3

Approval of agenda

4

Allocation of contributions

5

Communications from Convenor

6

Report of previous meeting

7

Processing of NB Position Papers   

8

MPEG Phase 1

8.1

Part 1 - Systems

8.2

Part 2 - Video

8.3

Part 3 - Audio

8.4

Part 4 - Conformance

8.5

Part 5 - Reference software

9

MPEG Phase 2

9.1

Requirements

9.2

Part 1 - Systems

9.2.1

Standard

9.2.2

Amendment 1 - Carriage of metadata over 13818-1 streams

9.2.3

Amendment 2 - Support of IPMP on MPEG-2 Systems

9.2.4

Amendment 3 - Carriage of AVC Content

9.2.5 Amendment 4 - Metadata application format codepoints
9.2.6 Amendment 5 - New audio profile and level signaling

9.3

Part 2 - Video

9.3.1

Standard

9.3.2

Amendment 1 - Content description data

9.4

Part 3 - Audio

9.5

Part 4 - Conformance

9.5.1

Standard

9.5.2

Amendment 1 - IPMP Conformance Extensions

9.6

Part 5 - Reference software

9.6.1

Standard

6024 MPEG-2 Audio Reference Software and Issues in MP3 on MP4
6026 MPEG-2 AAC and MPEG-4 Audio Text and Software

9.6.2

Amendment 1 - IPMP Reference Software

9.6.3

Corrigenda

9.7

Part 6 - DSM-CC

9.7.1

Standard

9.7.2

Amendment 1 - Additions to support data broadcasting

 

9.7.3

Amendment 2 - Additions to support synchronized download services, opportunistic data services and resource announcement in broadcast and interactive services

9.7.4

Amendment 3 - Transport buffer model in support of synchronized user-to-network download protocol

9.8

Part 7 - Advanced Audio Coding

9.8.1

Standard

6026 MPEG-2 AAC and MPEG-4 Audio Text and Software

9.8.2

Amendment 1 - Embedding of bandwidth extension

9.8.3

Corrigenda

9.9

Part 9 - System extension RTI

9.10

Part 10 - Conformance extension - DSM-CC

9.11

Part 11 - IPMP on MPEG-2 Systems

9.11.1

Standard

9.12

Workplan 

10

MPEG Phase 4

10.1

Requirements

10.2

Part 1 - Systems

10.2.1

Standard

5993 MPEG-7 Systems

10.2.2

Amendment 1 - FlexTime

10.2.3

Amendment 2 - XMT BIFS nodes

10.2.4 Amendment 4 - SL extensions and AFX streams

10.2.5

Amendment 7 - Use of AVC in MPEG-4 Systems

10.2.6

Corrigenda

5960 Maintenance of MPEG-4 Visual Draft Corrigendum, Reference Software and Conformance

10.3

Part 2 - Visual

10.3.1

Standard

10.3.5

Amendment 1 - Error resilient simple scalable profile

10.3.6

Corrigenda

10.4

Part 3 - Audio

10.4.1

Standard

6026 MPEG-2 AAC and MPEG-4 Audio Text and Software

10.4.2

Amendment 1 - Bandwidth Extension

6027  MPEG-4 Audio Extensions 1 and 2

10.4.3

Amendment 2 - Parametric Extension

6027  MPEG-4 Audio Extensions 1 and 2

10.4.4

Amendment 3 - nbsp; MP3 on MP4

6024 MPEG-2 Audio Reference Software and Issues in MP3 on MP4
10.4.5 Amendment 4 - Lossless Audio 6028 MPEG-4 Audio Lossless Coding
10.4.6 Amendment 5 - Scalable to lossless audio coding
10.4.7 Corrigenda

10.5

Part 4 - Conformance Testing

10.5.1

Standard

5960 Maintenance of MPEG-4 Visual Draft Corrigendum, Reference Software and Conformance
6025 MPEG-4 Audio Conformance

10.5.2

Amendment 1 - SP, FGS, FlexTime

10.5.3

Amendment 2 - XMT

10.5.4

Amendment 3 - Visual New Levels & Tools

10.5.5

Amendment 4 - IPMP Extension Conformance

10.5.6

Amendment 5 - Error Resilience Scalable Profile Conformance

10.5.7 Amendment 6 - AVC Conformance
10.5.8 Amendment 7 - AFX Conformance 5970  AFX Conformance

10.5.7

Corrigenda

10.6

Part 5 - Reference software

10.6.1

Standard

5995 IM1
5960 Maintenance of MPEG-4 Visual Draft Corrigendum, Reference Software and Conformance
6026 MPEG-2 AAC and MPEG-4 Audio Text and Software

10.6.2

Amendment 1 - SP, FGS, FlexTime

10.6.3

Amendment 2 - XMT and media nodes

10.6.4

Amendment 3 - Visual New Levels & Tools

10.6.5

Amendment 4 - IPMP Extension

10.6.6

Amendment 5 - Error Resilience Scalable Profile

10.6.7 Amendment 6 - AVC
10.6.8 Amendment 7 - AFX 5969 AFX SW Implementation

10.6.7

Corrigenda

10.7

Part 6 - DMIF

10.8

Part 7 - Optimised software

10.8.1

Technical Report

10.8.2

Amendment 1 - Optimised software for simple profile and error resilience

10.8.3

Corrigenda

10.9

Part 8 - 4 on IP Framework

10.9.1

Standard

10.10

Part 9 - Hardware Reference Description

10.10.1

Technical Report

5924 MPEG-4 Part 9: Reference Hardware Description Phase 1 and 2

10.10.2

Amendment 1 - Extension

5924 MPEG-4 Part 9: Reference Hardware Description Phase 1 and 2

10.11

Part 10 - Advanced Video Coding

10.11.1

Standard

6036 AVC Verification Tests
10.11.2 Amendment 1 - Professional extensions
10.11.3 Corrigenda

10.12

Part 11 - Scene Description and Application Engine 

10.12.1

Standard

10.12.2 Amendment 1 EAFX
10.12.3 Amendment 2 - Advanced Text and 2D Graphics
10.12.4 Amendment 3 - Audio BIFS Extensions
10.12.5 Amendment 4 - XMT and MPEG-J extension

10.13

Part 12 - ISO Base Media File Format

10.13.1

Standard

5996 MPEG File format
10.13.2 Amendment 1 - ISO File Format extension

10.14

Part 13 - IPMP Extensions 

10.14.1

Standard

10.15

Part 14 - MP4 File Format 

10.15.1

Standard

5996 MPEG File format

10.16

Part 15 - AVC File Format 

10.16.1 Standard 5996 MPEG File format
10.17 Part 16 - AFX
10.17.2 Amendment 1 - AFX Extensions 5968 AFX documents editing and Core Experiments
5971 SNHC Profiles

10.18

Part 17 - Streaming Text Format

10.18.1

Standard

10.19

Part 18 - Font compression and streaming

10.19.1

Standard

10.20 Explorations
10.20.1 Simple Scene Description and Simple Aggregation Format 5994 MPEG-4 Scene Representation
10.20.2 MPEG-J Extensions 5997 MPEG-J Extensions
10.20.3 Music notation 6030 Music Notation Requirements

10.21

Workplan

11

MPEG Phase 7

11.1

Requirements

11.2

Part 1 - Systems

11.2.1

Standard 

11.2.2

Amendment 1 - Systems Extensions

11.2.3

Corrigenda

11.3

Part 2 - Description Definition Language

11.3.1

Standard 

11.3.2

Corrigenda

11.4

Part 3 - Visual

11.4.1

Standard 

11.4.2

Amendment 1 - Visual Descriptors Extensions

5961 Visual Descriptors and Visual-only Description Schemes in MPEG-7
5962 Editing MPEG-7 Visual related Documents

11.4.3

Corrigenda

11.5

Part 4 - Audio

11.5.1

Standard 

11.5.2

Amendment 1 - Audio Visual Descriptors Extensions

6029 MPEG-7 Audio

11.5.3

Corrigenda

11.6

Part 5 - Multimedia Description Schemes

11.6.1

Standard 

11.6.2

Amendment 1 - Extensions

11.6.3 Amendment 2 - User Preference Extensions

11.7

Part 6 - Reference software

11.7.1

Standard 

11.7.2

Amendment 1 - Reference software extensions

11.8

Part 7 - Conformance Testing

11.8.1

Standard 

11.8.2

Amendment 1 - Conformance extensions

11.9

Part 8 - Extraction and use of visual descriptors

11.9.1

Technical Report

11.9.2

Amendment 1 - Extensions

11.10 Part 9 - Profiles
11.10.1 Standard  6056 MPEG-7 Interoperability and Profiling
11.11 Part 10 - Schema definition
11.11.1 Standard 

11.12

Workplan

12

MPEG phase 21

12.1

Requirements

12.2

Part 1 - Vision, Technologies and Strategy

12.2.1 Technical Report

12.3

Part 2 - Digital Item Declaration

12.3.1

Standard 

12.4

Part 3 - Digital Item Identification

12.4.1

Standard 

12.5

Part 4 - IPMP Framework

12.5.1

Standard 

6058 Requirements for MPEG-21 Architecture and MPEG-21 IPMP

12.6

Part 5 - Rights Expression Language

12.6.1

Standard 

6054 MPEG-21 Profiles and Extensions

12.7

Part 6 - Rights Data Dictionary

12.7.1

Standard 

12.8

Part 7 - Digital Item Adaptation

12.8.1

Standard 

5945 Editing MPEG-21 DIA Study of FCD & AM
5946 Integration of DIA with REL and RDD
5947 AHG on Virtual Resources in DIA
5949 Core Experiments for MPEG-21 DIA

12.9

Part 8 - Reference software

12.9.1

Standard 

5944 MPEG-21 REL and RDD Reference Software
6071 MPEG-21 DIA Reference Software

12.10

Part 9 - File format

12.10.1

Standard 

5996 MPEG File format
5948 MPEG-21 Media Locators
12.11 Part 10 - Digital Item Processing

12.11.1

Standard 

5950 Editing MPEG-21 DID/DIP and Core Experiments for DIP
12.12 Part 11 - Evaluation Tools for Persistent Association

12.12.1

Technical Report

6059 Editing the Persistent Association WD
12.13 Part 12 - Test Bed for MPEG-21 Resource Delivery
12.13.1

Standard 

6072 MPEG Multimedia Test Bed
12.14 Part 13 - Scalable video coding
12.14.1 Standard  5964 Scalable Video Coding
12.15 Part 14 - Conformance
12.15.1 Standard 

12.16

Explorations

12.16.1

Event reporting

6057 MPEG-21 Event Reporting

12.16.2

Broadcasting

6055 Study of MPEG-21 and broadcasting

12.16.3

Scalable audio coding

12.16.4 Multimedia Middleware 6053 MPEG Multimedia Middleware

12.13

Work plan

13

Overall WG11 work plan

14

Explorations

14.1

3D AV coding 

5963 3DAV Coding
14.2 Intra-only video coding 6060 Intra-only Coding in MPEG
14.3 Test material
14.4 Timestamps and Audio Codec Behavior 6031 Timestamps and Audio Codec Behavior
14.5 Coding of multi-channel signals using spatial audio technology 6032 Audio Explorations

15

Liaison matters

16

Administrative matters

16.1

Schedule of future MPEG meetings

16.2

Promotional activities

17

Organisation of this meeting

17.1

Tasks for subgroups

17.2

Joint meetings

18

Planning of future activities

19

Resolutions of this meeting

20

A.O.B

21

Closing

Logistic Information 

Home

Logistic Info

Meeting Agenda

Registration

Accommodation

Visa Info

Useful Links

 

 

Aloha to the ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 WG 1 & WG 11 meetings!
Please register as early as you can but no later than November 2, 2003.

We hope that this home page for the WG 1 & WG 11 meetings will give you all the information you need in preparation for the meetings.

Map: city center

Activities: Big Island

 

  Hilton Waikoloa Village
 
425 Waikoloa Beach Drive
  Waikoloa, Hawaii 96738

  Tel: +1 (808) 886-1234,  Fax: +1 (808) 886-2900
  e-mail: info@HiltonWaikoloaVillage.com

Contact:

Karen Andersen (registration)

+1 (952)449-8791

Mike Rubinfeld (information)

+1 (301)975-3064

 

 

DATES

The 67th MPEG meeting will be held from Monday 8th to Friday 12th December 2003. Ad Hoc Group meetings will take place on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th December at the meeting venue by prior arrangement.

LOCATION

Meeting Location Address

Hilton Waikoloa Village
425 Waikoloa Beach Drive
Waikoloa, Hawaii 96738

Tel: +1 (808) 886-1234,  Fax: +1 (808) 886-2900
e-mail: info@HiltonWaikoloaVillage.com

For Reservation, use code INC under the Special Account section -- bottom of the page.

Contact:

Karen Andersen (registration)

+1 (952)449-8791

Mike Rubinfeld (information)

+1 (301)975-3064

General Location

Location map
 

On the nine-mile long stretch of sunny coast, known as the Kohala coast, Hilton provides the ultimate luxury resort- the Hilton Waikoloa Village. There is no other hotel like it in Hawaii. This 62-acre resort has everything- a 4-acre swimming and snorkeling lagoon, 3 freshwater swimming pools, sun-drenched beach, interactive dolphin encounter program, more than 7 million dollars in art, waterfalls, exotic gardens, trams and canal boats....
 

 

Transportation to Hotel

When departing the Kona International Airport, turn left (north) onto the highway for approximately 20 minutes. Exit will be on left hand side (Anaehoomalu Bay) at first traffic light. Follow drive approximately 2 miles, hotel entrance will be on the left

Click for Driving Directions & Interactive Map
.


Hotel Parking
Daily Parking Charge: 0.00
Valet Parking Charge: 10.50

 

 Hotel Information

    Hilton Waikoloa Village

    Tel: 808-886-1234 / Guest Fax: 808-886-2900

    69-45 Waikoloa Beach Drive - Hamuela, Hawaii - 96743

 

    For Reservation, use code INC under the Special Account section (bottom of the page)

    Hotel Room Rate: $145.00 single/double

    Reservations must be made no later than November 2, 2003

 

Facilities Fee: $400.00

 

Airport Information: Kona International Airport - 18 miles

 

Local Transportation to Waikoloa Village: Taxi, shuttle or car rental from Kona International Airport

 

Directions from Airport: 

    Follow Queen Kaahumanu Hwy North.  Take a left (west) on Waikoloa Beach Drive.  Hilton Waikoloa Village will be on your left side. 

 

Weather in Dec: Mid 70's to Low 80's.

 Visa Information: 

Some countries require a formal invitation to the meeting.  This invitation can be obtained by sending an email to:

 Mike Rubinfeld

miker@nist.gov

 An email version of an invitation letter will be sent to all individuals so requesting.

 Others will need to check with their country’s consulate to ascertain the need for a US Visa.


Useful Links:

 Local Activities
http://www.waikoloabeachresort.com/ about Waikoloa (Big Island) beach resort
http://www.prigsbee.com/Hawaii/ for visiting Hawaii

Currency Exchange
http://www.oanda.com/convert/classic FXConverter 164 currency converter