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Volume & Issue no: Volume 3, Issue 8, August 2014


H.264 Video Encoder Standard – Review
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Akhil Modi, Jaymin Vaghela, Sunil Kumar Singh
ABSTRACT This paper presents a study on diverse techniques for H.264 video compression using diverse view filling formats and benchmarking their acts. In the conventional H.264 standard, identified size of Macro-blocks (MBs) is cut after one single frame or field. For each frame, the encoded data are generally composited with Motion vectors (MVs) and the residuals after Motion Compensation (MC) intended for all MBs in the frame. Though, observing the fact that MVs may keep properly continual in some videos containing slow variable scenes. This specifies that it is purposeless to estimate the MVs for every frame, but using the same MVs for some adjacent frames. Subsequently, the density and computational productivity will be improved considerably. Both conceptions of “Virtual Frames” (VF) and Cubic Macro-Blocks (CMB) are introduced to achieve this goal. Keywords: H.264, Video Frames, Macro blocks, Motion Vector, Video Compression
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Akhil Modi, Jaymin Vaghela, Sunil Kumar Singh , " H.264 Video Encoder Standard – Review" , International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management (IJAIEM) , Volume 3, Issue 8, August 2014 , pp. 035-039 , ISSN 2319 - 4847.
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