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Ireland has selected MHEG-5 v1. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. List of International Electrotechnical Commission standards.
This page was last edited on 27 Novemberat Webarchive template wayback links All articles with vague or ambiguous time Vague or ambiguous time from November An MHEG-5 application consists of a number of Scenes which isc user of the application can move between. Applications are normally written in the textual notation and then encoded into ASN.
Each Scene lists the items of text and graphics to be presented and can contain blocks of procedural code which are executed in response to one of a predefined set of events such as keys being pressed, timers firing or content being successfully loaded into memory. It is most commonly used as a language to describe interactive television services. It allows a wide range of TV-centric interactive services to be 13252.
Retrieved from ” https: Not to be confused with MPEG. In New Zealandthe same profile as in UK is used, with minor additions for the Maori language and its use of the guide key on certified Freeview receivers. The MHEG-IC gives access to streamed on-demand video content in addition to traditional text and graphics as well as the ability to support secure transactions.
MHEG-5 is eic object-based declarative programming language which can be used to describe a presentation of text, images and video.
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MHEG-5 is a licence-free and public standard for interactive TV middleware that is used both to send and receive interactive TV signals. Views Read Edit View history. Broadcasters have full editorial control of the user experience.
To be useful in any particular context, the language needs to be profiled. The MHEG-5 language itself is just that, a language.
MHEG-5 is suited to programming interactive kiosks and interactive television services. These blocks 1352 code consist of elementary actions which can perform operations such as changing the text displayed by a text objector starting a video clip playing.
MHEG-5 specifies a hierarchy of classes that are available to the application author.