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Utilisation of downsampling for arbitrary views in multi-view video coding
journal contributionposted on 2016-10-10, 10:37 authored by Erhan EkmekciogluErhan Ekmekcioglu, Stewart T. Worrall, Ahmet Kondoz
The effect of using downsampling for arbitrary views inside a multiview sequence on the multi-view coding (MVC) efficiency is explored. A bit rate adaptive approach is proposed to consider downsampling certain views prior to encoding with relevant downscaling ratios. The inter-view references, if any, are downsampled to the same resolution and the decoded view is upsampled back to the original resolution. The results over several multi-view test sequences imply that up to 0.9 dB gain or 20% reduction in bit rate can be achieved, reducing the computational complexity in the encoder significantly at the same time.
- Loughborough University London
Published inElectronics Letters
Pages339 - 340
CitationEKMEKCIOGLU, E., WORRALL, S. and KONDOZ, A., 2008. Utilisation of downsampling for arbitrary views in multi-view video coding. Electronics Letters, 44 (5), pp.339-340.
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