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sequently, a calling endpoint should not include a faststart element and an encapsulated H.245 message in a Q.931 Setup message. If, however, the endpoint wants to support encapsulation with later commands, then it should still set the h245Tunneling element to true such that the called endpoint knows that the calling endpoint can support encapsulation. As is the case for the fast-connect procedure, the use of encapsulation means that there is no separate H.245 control channel, since H.245 messages are carried on the call-signaling channel. What happens if an endpoint needs to send an H.245 message at a time when it does not have a particular need to send a call-signaling message This situation can be handled in one of two ways. First, an endpoint can send a Facility message with an encapsulated H.245 message. Alternatively, either endpoint can choose to change to a separate H.245 control channel. An endpoint indicates a desire to switch to a separate H.245 control channel by populating the h245address element in a Q.931 message. In such a case, any existing logical channels established by Fast-Connect or through encapsulation shall be inherited by the H.245 control channel as if they had been established through normal H.245 procedures. If the endpoint wants to change to a separate H.245 control channel and has no need to send a Q.931 message, then it has no means of indicating an H.245 address to the other endpoint. Again, the Facility message comes to the rescue, because that message can be sent at any time. All that is necessary is to send a Facility message with a FacilityReason of startH245 and with the h245address element populated with the endpoint s own H.245 address. This effectively establishes a separate H.245 control channel. Any subsequent Q.931 messages must have the h245Tunneling element set to false as anything else would be inconsistent with a separate H.245 control channel.
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Motion video adds a temporal dimension to the spatial dimension of single pictures. Another worldwide compression standard, MPEG, from the Moving Pictures Expert Group, was designed with this in mind. MPEG is similar to JPEG but also reduces redundancy between successive pictures of a moving sequence. Just as your friend s memory allows you to describe things once and then only talk about what is changing, digital memory allows video to be compressed in a similar manner by first storing a single picture and then only storing the changes. For example, if the bird moves to another tree, you can tell your friend that the bird has moved without needing to describe the bird over again. MPEG compression uses a similar technique called motion estimation or motion-compensated prediction. As motion video is a sequence of still pictures, many of which are very similar, and each picture can be compared with the pictures next to it, the MPEG encoding process breaks each picture into blocks, called macroblocks, and then hunts around in neighboring pictures for similar blocks. If a match is found, instead of storing the entire block, the system stores a much smaller vector describing how far the block moved (or did not move) between pictures. Vectors can be encoded in as little as one bit, so backgrounds and other elements that do not change over time are compressed most efficiently. Large groups of blocks that move together, such as large objects or the entire picture panning sideways, are also compressed efficiently. MPEG uses three kinds of picture storage methods. Intra pictures are like JPEG pictures, in which the entire picture is compressed and stored with DCT quantization. This creates a reference frame from which successive pictures are built. These I frames also allow random access into a stream of video, and in practice occur about twice a second. Predicted pictures, or P frames, contain motion vectors describing the difference from the closest previous I frame or P frame. If the block has changed slightly in intensity or color (remember, frames are separated into three channels and compressed separately), then the difference (error) is also encoded. If something entirely new appears that does not match any previous blocks, such as a person walking into the scene, then a new block is stored in the same way as in an I frame. If the entire scene changes, as in a cut, the encoding system is usually smart enough to make a new I frame. The third storage method is a bidirectional picture, or B frame. The system looks both forward and backward to match blocks. In this way, if something new appears in a B frame, it can be matched to a block in the next I frame or P frame. Thus P and B frames are much smaller than I frames. Experience has shown that two B frames between each I or P frame work well. A typical second of MPEG video at 30 frames per second looks like I B B P B B P B B P B B P B B I B B P B B P B B P B B P B B (see Figure 2.7). B frames are more complex to create than P frames, requiring time-consuming searches in both the previous and subsequent I or P frame. For this reason, some realtime or low-cost MPEG encoders only create I and P frames. Likewise, I frames are easier to create than P frames, which require searches in the subsequent I or P frame. Therefore, the simplest encoders only create I frames. This is less efficient but may be necessary for very inexpensive realtime encoders that must process 30 or more frames a second.
Figure 5.6 The FDDI information frame.
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