ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 29 N 9475
DATE: 2008-05-19
 

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 85th SC 29/WG 11 Meeting, 2008-07-21/25, Hannover, Germany  [SC 29/WG 11 N 9743]
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 2008-06-21
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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/WG 11 N9743

 May 2008

Source:

Leonardo Chiariglione- Convenor

Title:

85th WG11 meeting notice

The 85th MPEG Meeting will take place from 21st to 25th July 2008 in the Hannover Congress Centrum

Please find additional information here

Note that

  1. Facilities fees will be charged on participants (see Logistic Information)
  2. Some ad hoc groups will meet on the week end before the meeting.

Proposed agenda     

      No. Title

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

 

Work plan management

   

 

1

Media coding

   

 

1.1

MPEG-2 Main Profile Level for 1080@50/60p

   

 

1.2

MPEG-4 Visual Simple Studio Profile Levels 5 and 6

   

 

1.3

AAC-ELD

   

 

1.4

Multiview Video Coding (MVC)

   

 

1.5

Frame-based Animated Mesh Compression

   

 

1.6

Multiresolution profile

   

 

1.7

Low-complexity 3D mesh compression

   

 

1.8

Open Font Format extensions

   

 

1.9

Codec Configuration Representation

   

 

1.10

Video Tool Library

   

 

1.11

Spatial Audio Object Coding

   

 

1.12

Post Production Deliverable Formats

   

 

1.13

3D Video Coding

   

 

1.14

Unified Speech and Audio Coding

   

 

1.15

Media Value Chain Ontology

   

 

1.16

Representation of Sensory Experience

   

 

2

Composition coding

   

 

2.1

Joint use of Laser and BIFS

   

 

2.2

Scene partitioning

   

 

2.3

Presentation of Structured Information

   

 

3

Description coding

   

 

3.1

Image Signature Tools

   

 

3.2

Video Signature Tools

   

 

3.3

MPEG-7 Query Format

   

 

4

Systems support

   

 

5

IPMP

   

 

6

Digital Item

   

 

6.1

Schema files for MPEG-21 standards

   

 

6.2

Security in Event Reporting

   

 

7

Transport and File formats

   

 

7.1

Carriage of SVC in MPEG-2 Systems

   

 

7.2

AVC File Format extensions for MVC

   

 

7.3

Digital Item File Format

   

 

8

Multimedia architecture

   

 

8.1

Codec Configuration Representation

   

 

8.2

3D Graphics Compression Model

   

 

8.3

Interfaces between virtual and real worlds

   

 

8.4

WIM TV

   

 

8.5

Extensible Multimedia Platform

   

 

9

Application formats

   

 

9.1

Protected Musical Slide Show Application Format

   

 

9.2

Professional Archival MAF

   

 

9.3

Open Access Application Format

   

 

9.4

Portable Video Player Application Format

   

 

9.5

Video Surveillance Application Format

   

 

9.6

Video Stereoscopic Application Format

   

 

10

Reference implementation

   

 

10.1

MPEG-1 and -2 on MPEG-4 Reference Software

   

 

10.2

BSAC Extensions Reference Software

   

 

10.3

AAC-ELD Reference Software

   

 

10.4

New Profiles for Professional Applications Reference Software

   

 

10.5

SVC Reference Software

   

 

10.6

File Format Reference Software

   

 

10.7

Geometry and Shadow Reference Software

   

 

10.8

Frame-based Animated Mesh Compression Reference Software

   

 

10.9

3D Graphics Compression Model Reference Software

   

 

10.10

Open Font Format Reference Software

   

 

10.11

MPEG-7 Systems Reference Software

   

 

10.12

MPEG-21 REL Reference Software

   

 

10.13

Photo Player MAF Reference Software

   

 

10.14

Musical Slide Show MAF Reference Software

   

 

10.15

Binary MPEG format for XML Reference Software

   

 

10.16

MPEG Surround Reference Software

   

 

10.17

M3W Reference Software

   

 

11

Conformance

   

 

11.1

MPEG-2 Main Profile Level for 1080@50/60p Conformance

   

 

11.2

MPEG-4 Visual Simple Profile Level 6 Conformance

   

 

11.3

New Profiles for Professional Applications Conformance

   

 

11.4

Scalable Video Coding Conformance

   

 

11.5

AAC-ELD, OAFI and additional AAC Conformance

   

 

11.6

MPEG-1 and -2 Audio in MPEG-4 Conformance

   

 

11.7

BSAC Conformance

   

 

11.8

File Format Conformance

   

 

11.9

Geometry & Shadow Conformance

   

 

11.10

Frame-based Animated Mesh Compression Conformance

   

 

11.11

MultiResolution Profile Conformance

   

 

11.12

3D Graphics Compression Model Conformance

   

 

11.13

Synthesized Texture Conformance

   

 

11.14

Laser Conformance

   

 

11.15

Open Font Format Conformance

   

 

11.16

Improvements to Geographic Descriptor Conformance

   

 

11.17

MPEG Surround Conformance

   

 

11.18

M3W Conformance

   

 

11.19

Video Tool Library Conformance

   

 

12

Maintenance

   

 

12.1

Systems coding standards

   

 

12.2

Video coding standards

   

 

12.3

Audio coding standards

   

 

12.4

3DG coding standards

   

 

12.5

Visual description coding standards

   

 

12.6

Audio description coding standards

   

 

12.7

MPEG-21 standards

   

 

12.8

MPEG-A standards

   

 

13

Work plan and time line

   

9

 

Organisation of this meeting

   

 

1

Tasks for subgroups

   

 

2

Joint meetings

   

10

 

WG management

   

 

1

Terms of reference

   

 

2

Officers

   

 

3

Editors

   

 

4

Liaisons

   

 

5

Work item assignment

   

 

6

Ad hoc groups

   

 

7

Asset management

   

 

 7.1

Reference software

   

 

 7.2

Conformance

   

 

 7.3

Test material

   

 

 7.4

URI

   

 

8

IPR management

   

 

9

Work plan

   

11

 

Administrative matters

   

 

1

Responses to National Bodies

   

 

2

Schedule of future MPEG meetings

   

 

3

Promotional activities

   

12

 

Resolutions of this meeting

   

13

 

A.O.B

   

14

 

Closing

   

 Logistic Information

Overview and Dates

The MPEG Meeting will take place from 21st to 25th July 2008 in the Hannover Congress Centrum, under coordination of Institut für Informationsverarbeitung (TNT), Leibniz Universität Hannover.

The meetings will start at 9am on Saturday, July 19th and end on Friday, July 25th in the evening.

All the meetings will be held in the Hannover Congress Centrum

Contact person: Ms. Silke Kenzler

Getting there

From Hannover Main Station in front of the main entrance by bus no. 128 towards "Peiner Strasse" or bus no. 134 towards "Bus Depot Süd" directly to Hannover Congress Centrum. Distance: 10 minutes. Ticket can be purchased from driver.

From the airport Hannover-Langenhagen by urban train ("S-Bahn") No. S5 to Main Station ("Hauptbahnhof"). Continue from there by bus No. 128 towards "Peiner Strasse" or bus No. 134 towards "Bus Depot Süd" directly to Hannover Congress Centrum. Distance: approx. 35 minutes. Please purchase ticket for whole journey from ticket vending machine on train platform at airport (press 100, price is 2,70 Euro). A taxi is about 25 Euro.

Local Transportation

Transportation from your hotel to HCC (or any other place in Hannover) is easy with a good public transport system using the subway or streetcars, which leave at least every 10 minutes. It is recommended to buy daily tickets for 1 Zone for 3,80 Euro.

Facilities

Meeting rooms and other facilities

For the MPEG Meeting, the rooms will be equiped with:

Other facilities:

Facilities fees per participant:

These include :

Lunches and Dinners are not included in the fees below.

Cancellation penalties:

Registration on line:

All registrations have to be made online here.

Hotel accommodation:

Rooms have been negotiated with several hotels located in the centre of the city. The rates will vary between 61 € and 139 € including breakfast. See details of hotel list. Closing date for the submission of hotel accommodation orders is the 5th July 2008. Applications received after this date will be handled on a request basis and bookings will be made subject to contingent availability.

Hannover inside

The city of Hannover is situated in the northern part of Germany, almost in the heart of Europe. The city is well known as one of the world's leading locations for exhibitions and fairs. Hannover has an ideal location, offering outstanding cultural and recreational attractions. The refurbished city centre - a paradise for strollers - f long malls and arcades, cafes, bubbling fountains and sculpturs like the "Nanas" de Niki de Saint-Phalle. The city has painted a "Roter Faden" (red line) on pavements around the centre. Follow it with the help of the multilingual Red Thread Guide, available from the tourist office, and you can discover on a do-it-yourself tour (4,2 km) the city's main highlights.
The great garden of Herrenhausen is a unique jewel of baroque garden architecture with its statues, fountains and coloured tile walls of the Niki de Saint-Phalle Grotto providing a magical showcase of the artist's great work. During the summer months, a great variety of s take place in this garden like music festivals, baroque fireworks and theatre performances. Because of this great garden and other magnificent gardens in this area like Berggarten and Georgengarten, Hannover calls itself a city "in green".
But there is another highlight: the Maschsee, an artificial lake in the heart of the city with its nautical flair where you can rent sailing and rowing boats. This is another great attraction which the city of Hannover has to offer to its visitors.
And never to forget the marvellous countryside surrounding the city. A perfect place to stay - that is Hannover.

Rathaus Kirche Herrenhausen
Opera HBH