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by Ahmed Ababneh last modified Nov 18, 2008 07:08 PM
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MPEG-7 Player

Posted by Ahmed Ababneh at October 09. 2008
How can I find a MPEG-7 player? I found some projects for building MPEG-7 players like here http://www.merl.com/projects/MusicFinder/, but I did not find any ready MPEG-7 player that I can download. regards

Re: MPEG-7 Player

Posted by Christian Timmerer at October 10. 2008
Within MPEG, there's an activity called Multimedia Application Format (MAF) which produced a series of standards aiming at the combination of various MPEG technologies (audio, video, systems, and mds) and some of them use MPEG-7 for describing their metadata. An overview of the available MAFs you can find here [1][2][3]. Based on the standard's number, i.e., the ISO/IEC 23000-x, you may find reference software for each player under [4] (unfortunately there's no software available at the moment; i just checked). However, you may find some information/hints in the other documents on where to get reference software. Hope this information was helpful! -Christian [1] http://www.itscj.ipsj.or.jp/sc29/29w42911.htm#MPEG-A [2] http://www.chiariglione.org/MPEG/working_documents/mpeg-a/general/maf_reqs.zip [3] http://www.chiariglione.org/MPEG/working_documents/mpeg-a/general/whitepaper.zip [4] http://standards.iso.org/ittf/PubliclyAvailableStandards/

Re: MPEG-7 Player

Posted by Marco Bertini at November 18. 2008

Previously Ahmed Ababneh wrote:

How can I find a MPEG-7 player? I found some projects for building MPEG-7 players like here http://www.merl.com/projects/MusicFinder/, but I did not find any ready MPEG-7 player that I can download.
> <br>regards

There is Frameline 47 for OSX.
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