The 92nd MPEG meeting will be hosted by the Institut für Informationsverarbeitung of Leibniz Universität Hannover. The meeting will list from 19 to 23 April, 2010. More information on the registration procedure are summarized hereby:
Early Registration 440 EUR
Regular Registration 590 EUR
- 50 EUR before 2010-03-26
- 50% before 2010-04-12
- from and after 2010-04-12 no refund
MPEG registration includes
- 6 days meetings and conferences
- Coffee-breaks (twice a day)
- WiFi free Internet access
- Social event
Lunches and Dinners are not included in the fees.
More information is available also via the meeting web site http://mpeg.tnt.uni-hannover.de/
Pleaze note that during the 39th VCEG and 91st MPEG meeting held in Kyoto, Japan on January 17-22, 2010, the call for proposals (CfP) on video compression technology (H.NGVC/HVC) has been finally issued jointly by ITU-T SG16 Q.6 (VCEG) and ISO/IEC JTC1/SC29/WG11 (MPEG) on January 22, 2010. A Joint Collaborative Team (JCT) on Video Coding Standard Development will also be established accordingly between VCEG and MPEG. According to H265.net, the following schedule has been proposed:
2010/01/22: Final Call for Proposals.
2010/01/22: Formal registration period opens .
2010/02/15: Formal registration period ends.
2010/02/22: Coded test material shall be available at the test site .
2010/03/02: Subjective assessment starts.
2010/04/12: Registration of documents describing the proposals with contact persons.
2010/04/13: Submission of documents .
2010/04/15: Cross-checking of bitstreams and binary decoders.
2010/04/16: Subjective test results available within standardization body.
2010/04/16-23: Evaluation of proposals at standardization meeting .
Anticipated tentative timeline after CfP:
2010/04: Test model selection process begins
2010/10: Test model selected
2012/07: Final standard approval
A full description of Call for Proposals on video compression technology (H.NGVC/HVC), is provided via H265.net.
You can click here to download the CfP document, in which is described all the evaluation procedure via the subjective video quality evaluation of the new encoding standard.
For the details about Term of Reference on Joint Collaborative Team on Video Coding Standard Development, please click here to download the ToR document.