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21 August 2020 MPEG-5 part 2: Low Complexity Enhancement Video Coding (LCEVC): Overview and performance evaluation
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Low Complexity Enhancement Video Coding (LCEVC) is a new MPEG video codec, currently undergoing standardization as MPEG-5 Part 2. Rather than being another video codec, LCEVC enhances any other codec (e.g. AVC, VP9, HEVC, AV1, EVC or VVC) to produce a reduced computational load and a compression efficiency higher than what is achievable by the enhanced codec used alone for a given resolution, especially at video delivery relevant bitrates. The core idea is to use a conventional video codec as a base codec at a lower resolution and reconstruct a full resolution video by combining the decoded low-resolution video with up to two enhancement sub-layers of residuals encoded with specialized low-complexity coding tools.
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Guido Meardi, Simone Ferrara, Lorenzo Ciccarelli, Guendalina Cobianchi, Stergios Poularakis, Florian Maurer, Stefano Battista, and Ahmad Byagowi "MPEG-5 part 2: Low Complexity Enhancement Video Coding (LCEVC): Overview and performance evaluation", Proc. SPIE 11510, Applications of Digital Image Processing XLIII, 115101C (21 August 2020);


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