Design and implementation of parallel video encoding strategies using divisible load analysis

  title={Design and implementation of parallel video encoding strategies using divisible load analysis},
  author={Ping Li and Bharadwaj Veeravalli and Ashraf A. Kassim},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology},
The processing time needed for motion estimation usually accounts for a significant part of the overall processing time of the video encoder. To improve the video encoding speed, reducing the execution time for motion estimation process is essential. Parallel implementation of video encoding systems using either the software or the hardware approach has attracted much attention in the area of real time video coding. In this paper, we attempt to implement a video encoder on a bus network… CONTINUE READING
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