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ISO/IEC 23000-11:2009

Information technology -- Multimedia application format (MPEG-A) -- Part 11: Stereoscopic video application format

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Abstract

ISO/IEC 23000-11:2009 specifies a file format which is capable of storage, interchange, management, editing, and presentation of stereoscopic video contents based on the ISO base media file format.

ISO/IEC 23000-11:2009 specifies the following:

  • the file type brand for stereoscopic video contents;
  • four stereoscopic video contents composition types, which are widely used and suitable for the 3D mobile display;
  • the file structure, which is capable of storage with a single video track or two video tracks for stereoscopic contents;
  • the stereoscopic video media information, which includes the visual type information of signaling stereoscopic content composition types, and the stereo_mono_change information for the identification of each fragment in stereo-monoscopic mixed contents;
  • the stereoscopic camera and display information, which provides camera, display and visual safety information for stereoscopic contents;
  • the track reference type, which tells the track of indicating primary and secondary view sequences in case of using two video tracks for stereoscopic contents;
  • the item location, which provides a location of stereoscopic fragments in stereoscopic video contents.

ISO/IEC 23000-11:2009 provides the overall structure for storing pure stereoscopic video contents and also stereo-monoscopic mixed contents with the stereoscopic-related information in mobile environments.

 

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