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|Title: ||On the architecture of H.264 to H.264 homogeneous transcoding platform|
|Authors: ||Siu, Wan-chi|
Kam, Y. H.
Wong, W. H.
Kok, C. W.
|Subjects: ||Video coding|
H.264 and transcoding architecture
|Issue Date: ||2008 |
|Citation: ||2008 IEEE International Conference on Neural Networks and Signal Processing (ICNNSP 08), Zhenjiang, China, June 8-10, 2008, p. 654-659|
|Abstract: ||For homogeneous transcoding, we usually
transfer a compressed video into a lower bit-rate and/or video with a smaller size. In this paper we introduce the general
architecture of a downing sizing transcoder and propose some novel techniques for its practical realization, including motion
vector re-estimation, sub-pixel motion re-estimation, mode redecision, etc. We then generalize the idea of transcoding to video enlargement and propose a simple framework for its reencoding. The paper ends with some useful remarks on the formation of super-resolution videos via the transcoder frame work.|
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|Type: ||Conference Paper|
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