Philipp Kosse

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3D Video is a new technology, which requires the transmission of depth data alongside conventional 2D video. The additional depth information allows to synthesize arbitrary viewpoints at the receiver and enables adaptation of the perceived depth impression and driving of multi-view auto-stereoscopic displays. In contrast to natural video signals, depth maps(More)
This paper proposes an extension to an existing H.264/AVC encoder that improves the coding performance for sequences containing dynamic textures. Dynamic textures are video sequences with moving texture showing some stationarity properties over time, e.g. water surfaces, whirlwind, clouds, or crowds. By learning the temporal statistics of such content,(More)
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