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Digital Video Exchange Standards - Resources

File ID
File Name
File Description

F1

D3M1.dav

A dav file example with video compressed using H.264

F2

D1M1.h264

A raw video file saved as H.264

F3

D3M1.asf

An asf file example with video compressing using H.264

F4

D1M1.avi

An avi file example with video compressed using H.264

F5

MISB.mpg[1]

An mpg file example with video compressed using H.264 and KLV-encoded precision time stamps embedded in SEI messages

F6

MISB.TS.ts[1] 

Same Content as the MISB mpg file but renamed with a ts extension

F7

WEB1.mp4[2]

An mp4 file with video compressed using H.264

F8

WEB2.mpeg[3]

An mpeg file with video compressed using H.265

F9

WEB3.mp4

An mp4 file with video compressed using H.264.  This file serves as a reference implementation of the metadata defined in NISTIR-8161; it includes precision time embedded in each video frame and clock offset metatdata stored as an xmp packet at the end of the video bitstream.

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[1] This file has not been authorized for public release.  Contact the National Geospatial Agency, Motion Imagery Standards Board for further information.
[2] H.264 Flower and Insect video; original source at http://orangehd.com/blog/flower-and-insect/

[3] H.265 Clip0005.MXF video; original source at http://www.cinemartin.com/cinec/samples/

Created January 18, 2017, Updated March 27, 2017