"Always in motion, the future is," says Master Yoda and your faithful Jedai knights at WWJ just got a lesson on what's coming out for mobile phones here this summer. Conventional H.264 video compression requires a large volume of arithmetic operation, and additional components such as H.264 dedicated LSI, or high-speed DSP, application processors. However, when a H.264/MPEG-4 AVC codec meets a super algorithm that boosts on-chip processing the result is super clear video with less demand on battery power. "Algorithm Specialist" Techno Mathematical Co. Ltd. has just released its Digital Media New Algorithm (DMNA) and the following program takes a look at the results in three applications.
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