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RE: AICI: Focus

From: Jan van der Meer <jan.vandermeer@ehv.ce.philips.com>
Date: Thu, 5 Nov 1998 14:52:45 +0100
Message-Id: <01BE08CB.F313D8A0.jan.vandermeer@ehv.ce.philips.com>
To: Henning Timcke <henning.timcke@werft22.com>, "'Aaron E. Walsh'" <aaron@mantiscorp.com>, "'Jan van der Meer'" <jan.vandermeer@ehv.ce.philips.com>, "'zvil@csi.com'" <zvil@csi.com>
Cc: "AICI (E-Mail)" <aici@toocan.philabs.research.philips.com>, "SMIL@w3c (E-Mail)" <www-smil@w3.org>, "WWW-TV (E-Mail)" <www-tv@w3.org>, "'secretariat@davic.org'" <secretariat@davic.org>, "Larry Masinter (E-Mail)" <masinter@parc.xerox.com>, "Philipp Hoschka (E-Mail)" <ph@w3.org>
Cc: "'risk@cybermedic.org'" <risk@cybermedic.org>

We have a bright future ahead with harmonised solutions only. Though some 
also have a bright future behind them.


From: 	Zvi Lifshitz[SMTP:zvil@csi.com]
Reply To: 	zvil@csi.com
Sent: 	05 November 1998 13:10
To: 	Henning Timcke; 'Aaron E. Walsh'; 'Jan van der Meer'
Cc: 	AICI (E-Mail); SMIL@w3c (E-Mail); WWW-TV (E-Mail); 
'secretariat@davic.org'; Larry Masinter (E-Mail); Philipp Hoschka (E-Mail); 
Subject: 	RE: AICI: Focus

[Jan van der Meer:]

The objective of "TV Anywhere" is to specify real-time delivery of
broadcast services over IP (e.g. to enable that you can even to watch your
favourite program abroad). DAVIC decided already to use MPEG-4 audio and
video as the content format for those services, but the transport format is 
still subject to discussion.


I believe this is on the requirements and agenda of AIC-I, isn't so?


Zvi Lifshitz (zvil@csi.com)
Triton R&D Ltd.
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