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Using Bitstream Structure Descriptions for the Exploitation of Multi-layered Temporal Scalability in H.264/AVC's Base Specificat

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Using Bitstream Structure Descriptions for the Exploitation of Multi-layered Temporal Scalability in H.264/AVC's Base Specificat
In this paper, attention is paid to the automatic generation of XML-based descriptions containing information about the high-level structure of binary multimedia resources. These structural metadata can then be transformed in order to reflect a desired adaptation of a multimedia resource, and can subsequently be used to create a tailored version of the resource in question. Based on this concept, two technologies are presented: MPEG-21 BSDL and a modified version of XFlavor being able to create BSDL compatible output. Their usage is elaborated in more detail with respect to the valid exploitation of multi-layered temporal scalability in H.264/MPEG-4 AVC’s base specification, and in particular with a focus on a combined usage of the sub-sequence coding technique and Supplemental Enhancement Information (SEI) messages. Some performance measurements in terms of file sizes and computational times are presented as well.
Wesley De Neve, Davy Van Deursen, Davy De Schrijve
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where PCM
Authors Wesley De Neve, Davy Van Deursen, Davy De Schrijver, Koen De Wolf, Rik Van de Walle
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