VQEG Joint Effort Group Berlin meeting A. Bourret- K. Brunnström P. Le Callet. JEG summary. First scope: Hybrid NR-H264 Profile: At least : Stream at NAL level Possibility to define extended profile to cover protocol level parameters (UDP, RTP, DVB, bluray …) Level: from QCIF to HD
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VQEG Joint Effort GroupBerlin meetingA. Bourret- K. Brunnström P. Le Callet
First Call for evidence and contributions released
Objectives of the call
This meeting will initiate JEG NR hybrid H264 activities through technical presentation followed by technical discussions sessions.
Topics of technical presentation should cover:
Models: architecture for NR hybrid model, approaches and results
Software: PVS generation, bitstream analyser, objective metric tools (parametric, or perceptual)
Quality assessment methodologies and set up
Use case scenarios of NR hybrid QA metrics
Source material (reference videos): creation and existing materials
The following technical discussion session will cover: metric framework, software integration and subjective QA campaign.
Followed by action points
09.20 No-Reference Dropped Frame Detector, Margaret Pinson, NTIA
10.00 IPTV-Interface, Kjell Brunnström, Acreo
10.15 Task-based Video Quality Update, Carolyn Ford, NTIA
10.30 Coffee break
11.00 xStreamer, Nicolas Staelens, Ghent University
11.40 AGH and ULANCS past experience and current activities, Lucjan Janowski, AGH University of Science and Technology Krakow
13.30 Source Video Sequences, Availability and Selection, , Margaret Pinson, NTIA
14.10Study of Rating Scales for Subjective Video Quality Assessment Using Single-Stimulus Presentation, Quan Huynh-Thu, Psytechnics
15.00Subjective methodologies and available datasets, Patrick Le Callet, University of Nantes, IRCCyN