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- MPEG-4 Part 2 (Simple/Advanced Simple Profiles) Video encoding and decoding
- H.264/AVC (Baseline, Main and High Profiles) Video encoding and decoding
- MPEG-4 and DVB-H/DMB Player Toolkit
Fraunhofer IIS Core Design Kits (CDKs) are tailored for implementations of audio and video codecs on ARM processors. They are optimized for devices with low resources in terms of memory and computational power. Currently, several MPEG audio and video encoders and decoders and other multimedia applications are available. The Fraunhofer IIS CDKs are optimized in terms of memory requirements and processing power. Written in C or C++ they are directly available and fully compilable on all ARM processor-based platforms and have been tested for stability and quality. Fraunhofer IIS is also offering a DVB-H/DMB player toolkit including decoding of H.264/AVC video and HE-AAC v2/BSAC audio, RTP transport, MP4 file reading, SDP Parser and rendering (scaling, resampling, volume).
Fraunhofer IIS, based in Erlangen, Germany, is the home of the Audio and Multimedia division, which has been working in compressed audio technology for more than 20 years and remains a leading innovator of technologies for cutting-edge multimedia systems. Fraunhofer IIS is universally credited with the development of mp3 and co-development of AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) as well as technologies for the media world of tomorrow, including MPEG Surround, MPEG Spatial Audio Object Coding and the Fraunhofer Audio Communication Engine.
Through the course of more than two decades, Fraunhofer IIS has licensed its audio codec software and application-specific customizations to at least 1,000 companies. Fraunhofer estimates that it has enabled more than 1 billion commercial products worldwide using its mp3, AAC and other media technologies.
The Fraunhofer IIS organization is part of Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, based in Munich, Germany. Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft is Europe’s largest applied research organization and is partly funded by the German government. With nearly 15,000 employees worldwide, Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft is composed of 57 Institutes conducting research in a broad range of research areas. For more information, contact Matthias Rose, email@example.com, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the USA