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As long as the file sharing isn't being done to freely distribute copyrighted or for-pay materials, there's nothing wrong with it. However, using something like Limewire to openly share copyrighted materials, like songs, is just as illegal as any form of theft and should be prosecuted just as any theft would be prosecuted. Digital rights are also fine, as long as the implementation of the digital rights package does not interfere with legitimate uses of copyrighted materials Legally, if I purchase a CD of music, the Fair Use Act states that I am allowed to convert that into other forms so I can take that music with me or play it on different equipment.
The Fair MP3) Act is what allowed for the development and sale of things like cassette tape recorders. You could legitimately take a vinyl LP you purchased and record it to tape so you could listed to the music in your car or on a Walkman. That didn't bother the recording industry as much because, at that time, any copy was significantly inferior to the original product.
And if you made a copy of a copy it would keep degrading. However, now with digital copies you can make perfect copy after perfect copy and this is what has the recording industry in a fit. The enforcement of digital rights is a necessary evil, but it must be done in such a way that legitimate consumers are not denied the ability to use materials they purchase in any way they see fit. In my opinion, the best way to enforce digital rights is to continue to go after individuals and sites that allow for piracy and sharing of copyrighted materials.
If you make that unprofitable, the market will correct itself. Software piracy is a crime. I don't buy software. I believe that the creators of an application own it, can charge what they want for it, and have the right to go after those who pirate. You're taking money and food away from people who work hard to create these things.
I don't have a problem with "small" file sharing. If I have an mp3 of a song especially one I purchased, which I do with all the music I own, in some fashionand I want to put a copy on my wife's media player for her workouts, or on a CD to play in the car, I should be able to "share" the music that way. Your entire listening room needs to be chilled.
CherrycherryApr 8, Reese likes this. Location: Winchester, UK. In a free economy, the cost to produce is irrelevant; it's about supply and demand. ARKApr 21, Bandcamp demonstrates that bandwidth and storage costs for the lossless and high-res files are not the reason for the higher cost. At Bandcamp the lossy and lossless and high-res all cost the same. Plus Bandcamp has the bandwidth overhead of allowing streaming.
You can stream the entire album in lossy before you buy it. After you buy it you can stream it. They even have a mobile app that allows you to stream it to your mobile. Yet Bandcamp No Justification - Various - Resurgence (File charge more for lossless. And if the band posts a high-res file Bandcamp still doesn't charge more if the album happens to be in high-res. Bandcamp has higher bandwidth overhead than their competitors yet they charge less? Go figure It's obvious where MP3) insistence of a pricing hierarchy come from that places a premium price on high-res and a premium on lossless over lossy.
That pricing hierarchy is coming from the major labels. The indies don't seem to need that hierarchy when putting their albums on Bandcamp however, the indie labels still largely maintain that pricing hierarchy when selling their digital downloads outside of Bandcamp, No Justification - Various - Resurgence (File. Paying for a lossy file is a farce. I won't pay for a lossy file. I won't even accept a lossy file for free.
If I buy an LP and it comes with a download card but that download happens to be lossy I won't download the lossy files. I don't want them. Lossy files are an insult.
I won't even accept them for free. But then the labels turn around and want me to pay a super high premium for high-ress or even just CD-res lossless? Ham SandwichApr 22, DaveAtmospheric and eric like this.
Bradley in following earlier work by Princen and Bradley in The world's first commercial broadcast automation audio compression system was developed MP3) Oscar Bonello, an engineering professor at the University of Buenos Aires. Twenty years later, almost all the radio stations in the world were using similar technology manufactured by a number of companies. While there were some papers from before that time, this collection documented an entire variety of finished, working audio coders, nearly all of them using perceptual i.
Video compression is a practical implementation of source coding in information theory. In practice, most video codecs are used alongside audio compression techniques to store the separate but complementary data streams as one combined package using so-called container formats. Uncompressed video requires a very high data rate. Although lossless video compression codecs perform at a compression factor of 5 to 12, a typical H.
The two key video compression techniques used in video coding standards are the discrete cosine transform DCT and motion compensation MC. Most video coding standards, such as the H. Video data may be represented as a series of still image frames. Such data usually contains abundant amounts of spatial and temporal redundancy. Video compression algorithms attempt to reduce redundancy and store information more compactly.
Most video compression formats and codecs exploit both spatial and temporal redundancy e. Similarities can be encoded by only storing differences between e. Inter-frame compression a temporal delta encoding is one of the most powerful compression techniques. It re uses data from one or more earlier or later frames in a sequence to describe the current frame.
Intra-frame codingon the other hand, uses only data from within the current frame, effectively being still- image compression. A class of specialized formats used in camcorders and video editing use less complex compression schemes that restrict their prediction techniques to intra-frame prediction. Usually video compression additionally employs lossy compression techniques like quantization that reduce aspects of the source data that are more or less irrelevant to the human visual perception by exploiting perceptual features of human vision.
For example, small differences in color are more difficult to perceive than are changes in brightness. Compression algorithms can average a color across these similar areas to reduce space, in a manner similar to those used in JPEG image compression. Highly compressed video may present visible or distracting artifacts. Other methods than the prevalent DCT-based transform formats, such as fractal compressionmatching pursuit and the use of a discrete wavelet transform DWThave been the subject of some research, but are typically not used in practical products except for the use of wavelet coding as still-image coders without motion compensation.
Interest in fractal compression seems to be waning, due to recent theoretical analysis showing a comparative lack of effectiveness of such methods. Inter-frame coding works by comparing each frame in the video with the previous one.
Individual frames of a video sequence are compared from one frame to the next, and the video compression codec sends only the differences to the reference frame. If the frame contains areas where nothing has moved, the system can simply issue a short command that copies that part of the previous frame into the next one. If sections of the frame move in a simple manner, the compressor can emit a slightly longer command that tells the decompressor to shift, rotate, lighten, or darken the copy.
This longer command still remains much shorter than intraframe compression. Usually the encoder will also transmit a residue signal which describes the remaining more subtle differences to the reference imagery. Using entropy coding, these residue signals have a more compact representation than the full signal. In areas of video with more motion, the compression must encode more data to keep up with the larger number of pixels that are changing.
Commonly during explosions, flames, flocks of animals, and in some panning shots, the high-frequency detail leads to quality decreases or to increases in the variable bitrate. Today, nearly all commonly used video compression methods e. They mostly rely on the DCT, applied to rectangular blocks of neighboring pixels, and temporal prediction using motion vectorsas well as nowadays also an in-loop filtering step.
In the prediction stage, various deduplication and difference-coding techniques are applied that help decorrelate data and describe new data based on already transmitted data.
Then rectangular blocks of residue pixel data are transformed to the frequency domain to ease targeting irrelevant information in quantization and for some spatial redundancy reduction. The discrete cosine transform DCT that is widely used in this regard was introduced by N. AhmedT. Rao in In the main lossy processing stage that data gets quantized in order to reduce information that is irrelevant to human visual perception. In the last stage statistical redundancy gets largely eliminated by an entropy coder which often applies some form of arithmetic coding.
In an additional in-loop filtering stage various filters can be applied to the reconstructed image signal. By computing these filters also inside the encoding loop they can help compression because they can be applied to reference material before it gets used in the prediction process and they can be guided No Justification - Various - Resurgence (File the original signal. The most popular example are deblocking filters that blur out blocking artefacts from quantization discontinuities at transform block boundaries.
InA. Robinson and C. Cherry proposed a run-length encoding bandwidth compression scheme for the transmission of analog television signals. The most popular video coding standards used for codecs have been the MPEG standards. The most widely used video coding format is H. Genetics compression algorithms are the latest generation of lossless algorithms that compress data typically sequences of nucleotides using both conventional compression algorithms and genetic algorithms adapted to the specific datatype.
Ina team of scientists from Johns Hopkins University published a genetic compression algorithm that does not use a reference genome for compression. It is estimated that the total amount of data that is stored on the world's storage devices could be further compressed with existing compression algorithms by a remaining average factor of 4.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the term in computer programming, see Source code. Process of encoding information using fewer bits than the original representation. Main article: Lossless compression. Main article: Lossy compression. Main article: Data differencing. Main article: Image compression. See also: Audio coding format and Audio codec. See also: Video coding format and Video codec. Main article: Inter frame. Further information: Motion compensation. Further information: Discrete cosine transform.
Signal coding and processing 2 ed. Cambridge University Press. Retrieved The broad objective of source coding is to exploit or remove 'inefficient' redundancy in the PCM source and thereby achieve a reduction in the overall source rate R. November International Journal of Computer Science Issues.
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