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Hi guys
I just read some about multimedia systems
I am interested about coding that algorithms
but the question is how? How can I calcute that complex process?
 
is it possible with C++ or something like that?
 
my apology for weak English knowledge
Posted 6-Dec-12 22:40pm
Edited 6-Dec-12 22:49pm
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Solution 1

The answer of your question is, all the best applications that process JPEG or MPEG are written with c/c++.
 
Now, if you ask how would you implement such complex equation, the answer would be
1. Write those complex code.(I am not sure, but I think JPEG or MPEG format is not available for free. But you can check)
2. Buy library.
 
Google would be your friend.
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Solution 2

Yes - they are published standards, and if you want to implement them yourself, you can (probably) do it in (almost) and programming language. C++ and C# would both handle it well (though C# may not be as fast as native C++ code would be).
 
In both cases you have a lot of reading to do! Start here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.mpg[^]
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JPEG[^]
But you will probably need to follow at least some of the references for each.
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ali_crash at 7-Dec-12 8:56am
   
It seems you are not familiar with multimedia coding algorithms
but your answer is helpful enough.
I started project with c++ for coding Jpeg standard
I'll put you in Guys

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