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DoCoMo abandons Microsoft video format in favour of open standard for 3G service
Posted: 18-Dec-2002 [Source: CW360]

[NTT DoCoMo is dropping use of Advanced Streaming Format (ASF) and opting for MP4 on its i-motion service.]

"NTT DoCoMo is switching from a Microsoft video format to an open industry standard for its video-on-demand service offered over its third-generation cellular network. The company is dropping the use of ASF (Advanced Streaming Format) on its I-motion service in favour of MP4, a wrapper format for MPEG4 video and audio and text, because of the cost of licensing fees levied for use of the system by Microsoft, according to an NTT DoCoMo spokeswoman."


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