Brian C. Smith and Lawrence A. Rowe, University of California at Berkeley
A new technique implements operations directly on compressed JPEG data, yielding performance 50 to 100 times faster than algorithms that must decompress images before application and compress the result
Multimedia applications that operate on audio and video data will enable many new uses for computers. For example, collaborative work systems can include video conferencing windows, and hypermedia training systems can include audio and video instructional material.
While most research on multimedia applications has ...