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26 September 2013 Analysis of view synthesis prediction architectures in modern coding standards
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Depth-based 3D formats are currently being developed as extensions to both AVC and HEVC standards. The availability of depth information facilitates the generation of intermediate views for advanced 3D applications and displays, and also enables more efficient coding of the multiview input data through view synthesis prediction techniques. This paper outlines several approaches that have been explored to realize view synthesis prediction in modern video coding standards such as AVC and HEVC. The benefits and drawbacks of various architectures are analyzed in terms of performance, complexity, and other design considerations. It is hence concluded that block-based VSP prediction for multiview video signals provides attractive coding gains with comparable complexity as traditional motion/disparity compensation.
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Dong Tian, Feng Zou, Chris Lee, Anthony Vetro, and Huifang Sun "Analysis of view synthesis prediction architectures in modern coding standards", Proc. SPIE 8856, Applications of Digital Image Processing XXXVI, 88560V (26 September 2013); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2025148
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