ISO/IEC 23001-15:2019 - Information technology. MPEG systems technologies. Carriage of web resources in ISOBMFF

ISO/IEC 23001-15:2019

Information technology. MPEG systems technologies. Carriage of web resources in ISOBMFF

Status : Current   Published : December 2019

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This document specifies how the format defined in ISO/IEC 14496-12 can be used to store web resources (HTML, JavaScript, CSS, etc.) and defines brands to identify files conforming to this document. It also specifies hypothetical processing for how these files can be consumed by web browsers.

The specified storage enables the delivery of synchronized media and web resources as supported by ISO/IEC 14496-12: file download, progressive file download, streaming, broadcast, etc.

This document also defines how to signal required web capabilities to process the files. This is done in a way that web profiles defined by other organizations can be signalled in a dedicated box, e.g. the MIME Box, similarly to how it is done in ISO/IEC 14496-30.

This document does not define any profiles for web data, only their carriage.




Standard NumberISO/IEC 23001-15:2019
TitleInformation technology. MPEG systems technologies. Carriage of web resources in ISOBMFF
StatusCurrent
Publication Date20 December 2019
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO/IEC 14496-12
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO/IEC 14496-30, IETF RFC 3986, ECMA-262, ISO/IEC 23008-12
Draft Superseded ByISO/IEC DIS 23001-15
ICS35.040.40
Title in FrenchTechnologies de l'information — Technologies des systèmes MPEG — Partie 15: Transport de ressources web au format ISOBMFF Partie 15: Transport de ressources web au format ISOBMFF
CommitteeIST/37
PublisherISO
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages26
File Size1.177 MB
Price£95.00


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