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Moving from HDTV-1 to HDTV-2. VQEG agreed to use the HDTV Phase 1 test plan for the first draft of HDTV Phase 2 test plan The question for this meeting is to identify parts of the test plan that VQEG may want to change. The following two slides show what people said:.

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moving from hdtv 1 to hdtv 2
Moving from HDTV-1 to HDTV-2
  • VQEG agreed to use the HDTV Phase 1 test plan for the first draft of HDTV Phase 2 test plan
  • The question for this meeting is to identify parts of the test plan that VQEG may want to change.
  • The following two slides show what people said:
opinions of hdtv test good bad
Opinions of HDTV Test – Good & Bad
  • Examine scope – cover new technologies and applications
  • Run data analysis of individual datasets without the common set. See if this made a difference.
  • Epsilon independent RMSE
  • Publish video sequences and MOS scores quickly, so they can be used as one subjective data set.
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Opinions of HDTV Test – Good & Bad
  • Make bit-streams and PCAP files available, if possible, for HRCs.
  • Accurate documentation on how each HRC was created. Write down as much information on the HRC creation as possible, though perhaps stopping short of providing manufacturer names.
  • Manufacturer information could be considered confidential VQEG information (i.e., made available within VQEG for all HRCs, but not outside of VQEG).
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