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MPEG-4 Part 11 Scene description and application engine was published as "ISO/IEC 14496-11 in 2005.[1] MPEG-4 Part 11 is also known as BIFS, XMT, MPEG-J.[2][3] It defines:

Binary Format for Scenes (BIFS) is a "binary format for two- or three-dimensional audiovisual content. It is based on "VRML and part 11 of the "MPEG-4 standard.

BIFS is MPEG-4 scene description protocol to compose MPEG-4 objects, describe interaction with MPEG-4 objects and to animate MPEG-4 objects.

MPEG-4 Binary Format for Scene (BIFS) is used in "Digital Multimedia Broadcasting (DMB).[5]

The XMT framework accommodates substantial portions of "SMIL, W3C "Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) and "X3D (the new name of VRML). Such a representation can be directly played back by a SMIL or VRML player, but can also be binarised to become a native MPEG-4 representation that can be played by an MPEG-4 player. Another bridge has been created with "BiM (Binary MPEG format for XML).[6]

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  1. ^ ISO. "ISO/IEC 14496-11:2005 - Information technology -- Coding of audio-visual objects -- Part 11: Scene description and application engine". ISO. Retrieved 2009-10-30. 
  2. ^ "MPEG-J White Paper". July 2005. Retrieved 2010-04-11. 
  3. ^ "MPEG-J GFX white paper". July 2005. Retrieved 2010-04-11. 
  4. ^ ISO. "ISO/IEC 14496-21:2006 - Information technology -- Coding of audio-visual objects -- Part 21: MPEG-J Graphics Framework eXtensions (GFX)". ISO. Retrieved 2009-10-30. 
  5. ^ "MPEG Intellectual Property Management and Protection". chiariglione.org. April 2009. Retrieved 2010-04-11. 
  6. ^ Leonardo Chiariglione (2005-03-08). "Riding the media bits - Bits and bytes". Retrieved 2009-10-30. 

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