4 March 2013 Fast prediction algorithm for multiview video coding
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Optical Engineering, 52(3), 037401 (2013). doi:10.1117/1.OE.52.3.037401
Abstract
The H.264/multiview video coding (MVC) standard has been developed to enable efficient coding for three-dimensional and multiple viewpoint video sequences. The inter-view statistical dependencies are utilized and an inter-view prediction is employed to provide more efficient coding; however, this increases the overall encoding complexity. Motion homogeneity is exploited here to selectively enable inter-view prediction, and to reduce complexity in the motion estimation (ME) and the mode selection processes. This has been accomplished by defining situations that relate macro-blocks’ motion characteristics to the mode selection and the inter-view prediction processes. When comparing the proposed algorithm to the H.264/MVC reference software and other recent work, the experimental results demonstrate a significant reduction in ME time while maintaining similar rate-distortion performance.
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Abdelrahman Abdelazim, Stephen J. Mein, Martin R. Varley, Djamel Ait-Boudaoud, "Fast prediction algorithm for multiview video coding," Optical Engineering 52(3), 037401 (4 March 2013). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.OE.52.3.037401
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Video coding

Cameras

Computer programming

Standards development

Optical engineering

Video compression

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