MPEG-4 Video-On-Demand For Cable Systems: An Overview (2002)

By By R. Jordan Greenhall, DivXNetworks, Inc.

It is the purpose of this document to discuss the features and advantages of MPEG-4 video-on-demand solutions for cable systems. In so doing, the document will provide an introduction to the MPEG-4 ISO standard, review different video-on-demand products and different MPEG-4 video-on- demand solutions for those products.

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