1 November 2011 Divide sampling-based hybrid temporal-spatial prediction coding for H.264/AVC
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A divide sampling-based hybrid temporal-spatial prediction coding algorithm is designed to further improve the coding performance of the conventional H.264/AVC coding. In the proposed algorithm, a frame is first divided into four equal-sized subframes, and the first subframe is coded using the rate distortion optimization model with inter- or intraprediction adaptively. Then, the optimal prediction method of the macroblock in other subframes is selected flexibly and reasonably from intraprediction, the fast interprediction, and the spatial interpolation prediction. The simulation results show that compared with the conventional H.264/AVC coding, the average bit rate is reduced by 6.15% under the same peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR), the average PSNR is increased by 0.22 dB under the same bit rate, and the average coding time is saved by 12.40% in the proposed algorithm.
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Hongwei Li, Hongwei Li, Rui Song, Rui Song, Chengke Wu, Chengke Wu, Jie Zhang, Jie Zhang, } "Divide sampling-based hybrid temporal-spatial prediction coding for H.264/AVC," Optical Engineering 50(11), 117401 (1 November 2011). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3646531 . Submission:
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