A 1.59 Gpixel/s Motion Estimation Processor With $-$211 to +211 Search Range for UHDTV Video Encoder

@article{Zhou2013A1G,
  title={A 1.59 Gpixel/s Motion Estimation Processor With  \$-\$211 to +211 Search Range for UHDTV Video Encoder},
  author={Dajiang Zhou and Jinjia Zhou and Gang He and Satoshi Goto},
  journal={2013 Symposium on VLSI Circuits},
  year={2013},
  pages={C286-C287}
}
3840 × 2160 and 7680 × 4320 UHDTV formats deliver remarkably enhanced visual experience relative to high definition but in the meanwhile involve huge complexity and memory bandwidth requirements in video encoding. Especially, enlarged motion distances of UHDTV lead to additional difficulties in the implementation of motion estimation, which is originally the most critical bottleneck of an encoder. This paper presents a motion estimation processor design for H.264/AVC. A test chip is implemented… CONTINUE READING
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