conference paper


Conference/ProceedingsProceedings of the 29th IEEE Picture Coding Symposium (PCS 2012)
Start date07.05.2012
End date09.05.2012
AddressKraków, Poland
OrganisationIEEE
Author(s)Michael Tok, Alexander Glantz, Andreas Krutz, Thomas Sikora
TitleParametric Motion Vector Prediction for Hybrid Video Coding
AbstractMotion compensated prediction still is the main technique for redundancy reduction in modern hybrid video codecs. However, the resulting motion vector fields are highly redundant as well. Thus, motion vector prediction and difference coding are used for compressing. One drawback of all common motion vector prediction techniques is, that they are not able to predict complex motion as rotation and zoom efficiently. We present a novel parametric motion vector predictor (PMVP), based on higher-order motion models to overcome this issue. To transmit the needed motion models, an efficient compression scheme is utilized. This scheme is based on transformation, quan- tization and difference coding. By incorporating this predictor into the HEVC test model HM 3.2 gains of up to 2.42% are achieved.
Key wordsCoding
NoteISBN: 978-1-4577-2048-2
File1347Tok2012.pdf

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