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As the number of views comprised in multi-view videos increases, some challenging problems emerge. Besides the bandwidth problems caused by the huge data flow, the calculation power needed by the multi-view encoder is an even higher burden than that of a single view encoder. In this paper, a complexity efficient way to encode a single-time instant of 5×3 view frames is presented. Some of the P frames known from the traditional encoding schemes have been replaced by a new type of frame called the D frame, in which the disparity vector of a block in a view can be derived from the other views due to the strong geometrical correspondence existing between adjacent views. Experimental results show that 20.2% complexity gain is achieved without compromising quality and bit-rate by wisely selecting threshold values at different QPs.
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complexity, Multi-view video coding, camera array, encoder, disparity vector

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Avci, Aykut, Jan De Cock, Roel Beernaert, Jelle De Smet, Lawrence Bogaert, Youri Meuret, Hugo Thienpont, Peter Lambert, and Herbert De Smet. 2011. “Reduced Complexity Multi-view Video Coding Scheme for 2D Camera Arrays.” In 3DTV-conference : the True Vision : Capture, Transmission and Display of 3D Video. New York, NY, USA: IEEE.
APA
Avci, Aykut, De Cock, J., Beernaert, R., De Smet, J., Bogaert, L., Meuret, Y., Thienpont, H., et al. (2011). Reduced complexity multi-view video coding scheme for 2D camera arrays. 3DTV-conference : the true vision : capture, transmission and display of 3D video. Presented at the 3DTV Conference : The true vision : capture, transmission and display of 3D video, New York, NY, USA: IEEE.
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Avci A, De Cock J, Beernaert R, De Smet J, Bogaert L, Meuret Y, et al. Reduced complexity multi-view video coding scheme for 2D camera arrays. 3DTV-conference : the true vision : capture, transmission and display of 3D video. New York, NY, USA: IEEE; 2011.
MLA
Avci, Aykut, Jan De Cock, Roel Beernaert, et al. “Reduced Complexity Multi-view Video Coding Scheme for 2D Camera Arrays.” 3DTV-conference : the True Vision : Capture, Transmission and Display of 3D Video. New York, NY, USA: IEEE, 2011. Print.
@inproceedings{1579185,
  abstract     = {As the number of views comprised in multi-view videos increases, some challenging problems emerge. Besides the bandwidth problems caused by the huge data flow, the calculation power needed by the multi-view encoder is an even higher burden than that of a single view encoder. In this paper, a complexity efficient way to encode a single-time instant of 5{\texttimes}3 view frames is presented. Some of the P frames known from the traditional encoding schemes have been replaced by a new type of frame called the D frame, in which the disparity vector of a block in a view can be derived from the other views due to the strong geometrical correspondence existing between adjacent views. Experimental results show that 20.2\% complexity gain is achieved without compromising quality and bit-rate by wisely selecting threshold values at different QPs.},
  articleno    = {12070120},
  author       = {Avci, Aykut and De Cock, Jan and Beernaert, Roel and De Smet, Jelle and Bogaert, Lawrence and Meuret, Youri and Thienpont, Hugo and Lambert, Peter and De Smet, Herbert},
  booktitle    = {3DTV-conference : the true vision : capture, transmission and display of 3D video},
  isbn         = {9781612841625},
  keyword      = {complexity,Multi-view video coding,camera array,encoder,disparity vector},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Antalya, Turkey},
  pages        = {4},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {Reduced complexity multi-view video coding scheme for 2D camera arrays},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/3DTV.2011.5877178},
  year         = {2011},
}

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