Video Adaptation : Concepts , Technologies , and Open Issues

@inproceedings{XinVideoA,
  title={Video Adaptation : Concepts , Technologies , and Open Issues},
  author={Jun Xin and Chia-Wen Lin}
}
Video transcoding, due to its high practical values for a wide range of networked video applications, has become an active research topic. In this review paper, we outline the technical issues and research results related to video transcoding. We also discuss techniques for reducing the complexity, and techniques for improving the video quality, by exploiting the information extracted from the input video bitstream. Proceedings of the IEEE This work may not be copied or reproduced in whole or… CONTINUE READING
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