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DAVID: D3.5 - Recommendations and techniques for content in a "born robust" form

DAVID: D3.5 - Recommendations and techniques for content in a "born robust" form
DAVID: D3.5 - Recommendations and techniques for content in a "born robust" form
This deliverable describes the demand, the concept and suggests solutions for born robust audio-visual files. A list of tools fostering file robustness is presented as well as the current state of born robust attributes in the standardisation process media formats.
10.7800.304DAVID35
Cube-Tec; University of Southampton; JRS
Houpert, Jorg
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Melas, Panagiotis
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Bailer, Werner
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Walland, Paul
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Houpert, Jorg
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Melas, Panagiotis
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Walland, Paul
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Houpert, Jorg, Melas, Panagiotis, Bailer, Werner and Walland, Paul (2015) DAVID: D3.5 - Recommendations and techniques for content in a "born robust" form Southampton, GB. Cube-Tec; University of Southampton; JRS 33pp. (doi:10.7800.304DAVID35).

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This deliverable describes the demand, the concept and suggests solutions for born robust audio-visual files. A list of tools fostering file robustness is presented as well as the current state of born robust attributes in the standardisation process media formats.

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Published date: 1 June 2015
Organisations: IT Innovation

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/390392
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Last modified: 15 Jul 2020 16:33

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