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A subjective study to evaluate video quality assessment algorithms

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A subjective study to evaluate video quality assessment algorithms
Automatic methods to evaluate the perceptual quality of a digital video sequence have widespread applications wherever the end-user is a human. Several objective video quality assessment (VQA) algorithms exist, whose performance is typically evaluated using the results of a subjective study performed by the video quality experts group (VQEG) in 2000. There is a great need for a free, publicly available subjective study of video quality that embodies state-of-the-art in video processing technology and that is effective in challenging and benchmarking objective VQA algorithms. In this paper, we present a study and a resulting database, known as the LIVE Video Quality Database, where 150 distorted video sequences obtained from 10 different source video content were subjectively evaluated by 38 human observers. Our study includes videos that have been compressed by MPEG-2 and H.264, as well as videos obtained by simulated transmission of H.264 compressed streams through error prone IP and...
Kalpana Seshadrinathan, Rajiv Soundararajan, Alan
Added 29 Oct 2010
Updated 29 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where HVEI
Authors Kalpana Seshadrinathan, Rajiv Soundararajan, Alan C. Bovik, Lawrence K. Cormack
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