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Objective Models for Performance Comparison of Compression Algorithms for 3DTV

KUFA, J. KALLER, O. ZACH, O. POLÁK, L. KRATOCHVÍL, T.

Original Title

Objective Models for Performance Comparison of Compression Algorithms for 3DTV

English Title

Objective Models for Performance Comparison of Compression Algorithms for 3DTV

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

Efficient video compression algorithms in advanced multimedia broadcasting systems are in high demand. In the last decades, different video compression tools have been developed which can influence the final Quality of Experience in different ways. his paper has two goals. The first goal is to present a study of different compression algorithms available for stereoscopic 3D videos. The second goal is to present the ossibilities in the creation of new stereoscopic models. The well-established video codecs (AVC, MVC, HEVC and MV-HEVC) are considered as encoders. Generic objective video quality metrics are used to analyze the compression efficiencies of the considered codecs, extended with results from subjective tests. The correlations between the objective and subjective scores are analyzed statistically. Due to unsatisfactory results of generic 2D metrics for the stereoscopic sequences used in the test, new objective models are presented. Such models show improved correlation with subjective stereoscopic video quality. The validation, verification and a description of models are presented in detail.

English abstract

Efficient video compression algorithms in advanced multimedia broadcasting systems are in high demand. In the last decades, different video compression tools have been developed which can influence the final Quality of Experience in different ways. his paper has two goals. The first goal is to present a study of different compression algorithms available for stereoscopic 3D videos. The second goal is to present the ossibilities in the creation of new stereoscopic models. The well-established video codecs (AVC, MVC, HEVC and MV-HEVC) are considered as encoders. Generic objective video quality metrics are used to analyze the compression efficiencies of the considered codecs, extended with results from subjective tests. The correlations between the objective and subjective scores are analyzed statistically. Due to unsatisfactory results of generic 2D metrics for the stereoscopic sequences used in the test, new objective models are presented. Such models show improved correlation with subjective stereoscopic video quality. The validation, verification and a description of models are presented in detail.

Keywords

3D video coding, AVC, MVC, HEVC, MV-HEVC, objective and subjective video quality metrics, MOS, Spearman and Pearson rank correlation

Released

01.04.2019

Publisher

Brno University of Technology

Location

Brno

Pages from

207

Pages to

219

Pages count

13

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT155869,
  author="Jan {Kufa} and Ondřej {Kaller} and Ondřej {Zach} and Ladislav {Polák} and Tomáš {Kratochvíl}",
  title="Objective Models for Performance Comparison of Compression Algorithms for 3DTV",
  annote="Efficient video compression algorithms in advanced multimedia broadcasting systems are in high demand.
In the last decades, different video compression tools have been developed which can influence the final Quality of Experience in different ways. his paper has two goals. The first goal is to present a study of different compression algorithms available for stereoscopic 3D videos. The second goal is to present the ossibilities in the creation of new stereoscopic models. The well-established video codecs (AVC, MVC, HEVC and MV-HEVC) are considered as encoders.
Generic objective video quality metrics are used to analyze the compression efficiencies of the considered codecs, extended with results from subjective tests. The correlations between the objective and subjective scores are analyzed statistically. Due to unsatisfactory results of generic 2D metrics for the stereoscopic sequences used in the test, new objective models are presented. Such models show improved correlation with subjective stereoscopic video quality. The validation, verification and a description of models are presented in detail.",
  address="Brno University of Technology",
  chapter="155869",
  doi="10.13164/re.2019.0207",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Brno University of Technology",
  number="1",
  volume="28",
  year="2019",
  month="april",
  pages="207--219",
  publisher="Brno University of Technology",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}