Conclusion: Fast Motion Is Very Efficient, But Not A Universal Solution, Continued
In summary, it can be said that MPEG-4 is currently one of the most efficient compression procedures, as illustrated in the table below.
|Compression||Resolution||Average Data Rate||Quality|
|MPEG-1||352 x 288 Pixels||172 kB/s||satisfactory|
|MPEG-2||352 x 288 Pixels||250 kB/s||very good|
|MPEG-4||352 x 288 Pixels||80 kB/s||very good|
MPEG procedures in comparison: with reference to attainable quality with a low data rate, the MPEG-4 is the best compression procedure.
All the MPEG-4 videos incorporate these properties. The picture shows the features of a test sequence with a 500 kBit/s data rate.