Constant Quality Motion Compensated Temporal Filtering Video Compression using Multi-block size Motion Estimation and SPECK

다중 블록 크기의 움직임 예측과 SPECK을 이용한 고정 화질 움직임 보상 시간영역 필터링 동영상 압축

  • Park Sang-Ju (School of Electronics and Electrical Engineering, Hongik University)
  • 박상주 (홍익대학교 전자전기공학부)
  • Published : 2006.06.01

Abstract

We propose a new video compression method based on MCTF(motion compensated temporal filtering) with constant quality. SPECK is an efficient image compression coding method of encoding DWT coefficients. Especially SPECK method is very efficient for coding the motion compensated residual image which usually has larger amounts of high frequency components than the natural images. And proposed multi block size hierarchical motion estimation technique is more efficient than classical block matching algorithm with fixed block size both in estimation precision and operation costs. Proposed video method based on MCTF video compression can also support multi-frame rate decoding with reasonable complexity. Simulation results showed that proposed method outperforms H.263 video compression standard.

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