9 November 2017 Research on compression performance of ultrahigh-definition videos
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With the popularization of high-definition (HD) images and videos ( 1920 × 1080    pixels and above), there are even 4K ( 3840 × 2160 ) television signals and 8 K ( 8192 × 4320 ) ultrahigh-definition videos. The demand for HD images and videos is increasing continuously, along with the increasing data volume. The storage and transmission cannot be properly solved only by virtue of the expansion capacity of hard disks and the update and improvement of transmission devices. Based on the full use of the coding standard high-efficiency video coding (HEVC), super-resolution reconstruction technology, and the correlation between the intra- and the interprediction, we first put forward a “division-compensation”-based strategy to further improve the compression performance of a single image and frame I . Then, by making use of the above thought and HEVC encoder and decoder, a video compression coding frame is designed. HEVC is used inside the frame. Last, with the super-resolution reconstruction technology, the reconstructed video quality is further improved. The experiment shows that by the proposed compression method for a single image (frame I ) and video sequence here, the performance is superior to that of HEVC in a low bit rate environment.
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Xiangqun Li, Xiaohai He, Linbo Qing, Qingchuan Tao, Di Wu, "Research on compression performance of ultrahigh-definition videos," Journal of Electronic Imaging 26(6), 063008 (9 November 2017). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.JEI.26.6.063008 . Submission: Received: 26 May 2017; Accepted: 17 October 2017
Received: 26 May 2017; Accepted: 17 October 2017; Published: 9 November 2017


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