Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Complexity Estimation and Application to G.1070 Video Quality Monitoring
Dialogic will share patent pending research results from the published technical paper, "Complexity Estimation and Application to G.1070 Video Quality Monitoring." This paper discusses proposed enhancements to the G.1070 standard which increase the accuracy of the video quality evaluation.
Evaluating multimedia quality from the user perspective is complex, with many factors affecting the outcome. The G.1070 standard accounts for three of these variables: frame rate, bitrate and packet-loss rate. Unfortunately, because of how the standard classifies decreases in bitrate, it can sometimes lead to incorrectly predicting a decrease in video quality when in fact the underlying content is easy to encode at high quality. Dialogic Media Labs studied the underlying complexity of video content and developed an enhancement to the standard to address this issue.
Dekun Zou, Senior Scientist at Dialogic
September 7, 2011
4:10 p.m. local time
Van Beethovenstraat 8-10
B - 2800 Mechelen, Belgium
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