A Study of Compressed 3D Video Perception based on Subjective Quality Assessment
Du Xiangkun, Jiang Xiuhua, Wang Caihong
Available Online November 2013.
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- 3D video, MVC, Video perception, Subjective quality assessment
- This paper presents a specific subjective quality assessment to study the perceptual issues about 3D videos processed by the compression system based on H.264/MVC (Multi-view Video Coding). The subjective evaluation is conducted according to the ITU recommendations. The preparation, concrete process and subjective results are presented in detail. By conducting the subjective assessment to both 2D and 3D compressed sequences using Double Stimulus Impairment Scale method (DSIS), this research shows that people have different sensitivity to impairments in 2D and 3D compressed videos. Since ITU recommends three primary assessment dimensions -- picture quality, depth quality and visual comfort -- for subjective assessment of stereoscopic 3DTV systems, our subjective results also showed that 3D video compression based on MVC causes different degree of damage in different assessment dimensions.
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- This is an open access article distributed under the CC BY-NC license.
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TY - CONF AU - Du Xiangkun AU - Jiang Xiuhua AU - Wang Caihong PY - 2013/11 DA - 2013/11 TI - A Study of Compressed 3D Video Perception based on Subjective Quality Assessment PB - Atlantis Press SP - 1318 EP - 1325 SN - 1951-6851 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icmt-13.2013.162 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icmt-13.2013.162 ID - Xiangkun2013/11 ER -