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Jmxf

Source type: 
Open Source
Commercial type: 
Non-Commercial
Function: 
Automatic information extraction
Audiovisual lifecycle: 
Ingest
Version: 
0.3
Version date: 
January 1, 2012
Description: 

Jmxf is an open source pure Java library that can be used to decode MXF video files. As it does not depend on any external libraries, it is easy to use on any kind of architecture and/or operating system. This library targets the SMPTE D10 format. it is composed of MPEG-2 Video 4:2:2 I-frame only and 8 channel AES3 audio streams. These AES3 audio usually contain 24 bit PCM audio samples. It is possible to find video bitrates of 30, 40 and 50 MBit/s. The library also provides minimal support for MXF/Raw files. This tool has been developed under the EU-funded project PrestoPRIME.

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Tags: 
Decoding, Video, Audio, MXF, D10

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Development

Author: 
PrestoPRIME. University of Liverpool
TRL level: 
N/A
Platform: 
Mac OS X, UNIX, Windows
Platform specifics: 
Software dependencies: 
Developing community: 
Public Body
Futher developments expected: 
No
Further development description: 

License and Adoption

License model: 
GPL-3.0
Licence fee: 
No
Standards compliance: 
Licence citation: 
Community adoption: 
0

Documentation

Available: 
Yes
Documentation text: 
Fee: 
No
Resources: 
Introduction to Jmxf: https://code.google.com/p/jmxf/wiki/LibraryPresentation
This record was last updated: 
August 3, 2018