Perceived quality for transported video

Nele van den Ende, Reinder Haakma, Maddy Janse, Peter van der Stok

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    Abstract

    Wireless networks typically suffer from packet loss and variable bit-rates due to bandwidth variations when, for example, video is transported between different devices in the home. Users who are watching video sent over wireless networks will therefore often experience jerkiness and blocking in the image. To intercept the effects caused by those problems, adaptation methods such as I-Frame Delay and Signal-to-Noise Ratio scalability were devised. To assess the perceived quality of MPEG-2 video optimized by these adaptation methods, subjective tests were carried out. These tests demonstrate, amongst others, that scene content and duration of the quality loss affects the perceived quality. Furthermore, we observed a saturation effect.

    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages8
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2006
    Event20th International Symposium on Human Factors in Telecommunication - Sophia-Antipolis, France
    Duration: 20 Mar 200623 Mar 2006

    Conference

    Conference20th International Symposium on Human Factors in Telecommunication
    CountryFrance
    CitySophia-Antipolis
    Period20/03/0623/03/06

    Keywords

    • Adaptation methods
    • Perceived quality
    • Streaming video
    • Wireless networks

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    van den Ende, N., Haakma, R., Janse, M., & van der Stok, P. (2006). Perceived quality for transported video. Paper presented at 20th International Symposium on Human Factors in Telecommunication, Sophia-Antipolis, France.