On the performance of modern video coding standards with textured sequences

Miltiadis Alexios Papadopoulos, Dimitris Agrafiotis, David Bull

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This work presents two studies on the topic of coding highly textured content with H.265/HEVC. The aim of the studies is to identify any potential for improvement in the performance of the codec with this type of content. Both studies employ a texture-focused video database developed by the authors. Study I evaluates the performance of H.265/HEVC relative to H.264/AVC for the case of static, dynamic and mixed texture content. Study II evaluates the effectiveness of the currently used objective quality measures with this type of content. The results suggest that there is potential for improvement in coding performance by matching the quality/error measure used to the type of content (textured/non-textured) and type of texture (static, dynamic, mixed) encountered.
Original languageEnglish
Pages137 - 140
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2015

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