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|Title:||Effects of GOP on multi-view video coding over error prone environments|
|Keywords:||Multiview video coding;Group of pictures;Error rates;Bitrate;Video quality|
|Citation:||Computer Science and Information Technology, 2014|
|Abstract:||In this paper, an investigation of the effects of group of pictures on H.264 multiview video coding content over an error prone environment with varying packet loss rates is presented. We analyse the bitrate performance for different GOP and error rates to see the effects on the quality of the reconstructed multiview video. However, by analysing the multiview video content it is possible to identify an optimum GOP size depending on the type of application used. A comparison is demonstrated for the performances between widely known H.264 data partitioning error resilience technique and multi-layer data partitioning technique with different error rates and GOP in terms of their perceived quality. Our simulation results turned out that Multi-layer data partitioning technique shows a better performance at higher error rates with different GOP. Further experiments in this work have shown the effects of GOP in terms of visual quality and bitrate for different multiview video sequences.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Electronic and Computer Engineering Research Papers|
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