In this paper, we present a complete framework of an end-to-end error resilient transmission of 3D video over Digital Video Broadcasting - Handheld (DVB-H) and provide an extensive analysis of coding and transmission parameters. We perform the analysis for different coding and error resilience schemes using different contents coded at different bitrate… (More)
First version of the latest video coding standard, High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC), only supports coding of video in YUV 4:2:0 chroma format. An extension of the standard that will support other chroma formats is currently under development, however, version 1 decoders will not be able to handle the bitstreams created using this extension. In this… (More)
This paper presents a method for efficient compression of high dynamic range (HDR) and wide color gamut (WCG) video data. The proposed solution consists of two major elements: a conventional video codec (e.g., HEVC) and pre-and post-processing steps applied prior to encoding and after decoding process, respectively. The proposed HDR/WCG video coding system… (More)
One use case that the scalable extension (SHVC) of the state-of-the-art High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) standard aims for is to support Ultra High Definition (UHD) TV broadcast in a backwards compatible way with the existing High Definition (HD) TV broadcast. However, since UHD content typically has higher bit-depth and wider color gamut in addition to… (More)
High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) standard introduced an increased number of intra prediction directions in order to improve intra prediction performance by efficiently modeling the directional structures found in typical video contents. Efficient coding of intra prediction mode information is realized through a Most Probable Mode (MPM) list approach. In… (More)
In this paper, we present a complete framework of an end-to-end error resilient transmission of 3D video over DVB-H and provide an analysis of transmission parameters. We perform the analysis for various layering, protection strategy and prediction structure using different contents and different channel conditions.
Wireless networks are often error prone due to factors such as multi-path fading and interferences. In addition, the channel conditions of these networks are often non-stationary, such that the available bandwidth and channel error rates are changing over time with large variations. Therefore, they present a challenge for error-resilient video transmission.… (More)