Stereoscopic video streaming with end-to-end modeling
2008 IEEE 16th Signal Processing, Communication and Applications Conference, SIU
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In this work, we propose a stereoscopic video streaming system that uses rateless codes (Raptor codes) as the error protection scheme. Initially, we model the rate-distortion (RD) curve of video encoder and performance of channel codec. Then, we estimated the distortion on the stereoscopic video quality caused by packet losses. Finally, analytical models and estimated single packet loss distortions are used to minimize the end-to-end distortion and obtain optimal encoder bit rates and unequal error protection (UEP) rates. The simulation results clearly demonstrates the significant quality gain against the non-optimized schemes. ©2008 IEEE.
Error protection schemes
Unequal error protections
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