Presentation on theme: "MULTIMEDIA PROCESSING STUDY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF POPULAR PARALLELING TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO HEVC Under the guidance of Dr. K. R. Rao By: Karthik Suresh."— Presentation transcript:
MULTIMEDIA PROCESSING STUDY AND IMPLEMENTATION OF POPULAR PARALLELING TECHNIQUES APPLIED TO HEVC Under the guidance of Dr. K. R. Rao By: Karthik Suresh (1000880819)
Work Done The main intent of the project is to observe the impact of parallelization in video coding. Firstly, comparison is done between H.264 and HEVC using two standard test sequences. The main observation is the total encoding time taken. Then, the WaveFrontSynchro parameter is changed to observe the change in encoding time.
Parameters considered WaveFrontSynchro: WaveFrontSynchro causes the changes to the bitstream (entry points on each row, with cabac flushes), to allow those aspects of wavefront coding to be assessed for quality, bitrate etc. SliceMode: When this parameter is set to 3, it enforces maximum number of tiles in a slice.
Test sequences used BasketballDrill_832x480_50.yuv
Test Conditions Initially the test sequences are encoded with H.264 and H.265 to compare the metrics. Metrics considered are PSNR, bitrate, encoding time. QP is varied from 22 to 37 in steps of 5. 20 frames are encoded in each of the sequences.
Results obtained BasketballDrill_832x480_50.yuv, Number of frames encoded = 20 HEVC, Main All-intra profileH.264, High All-intra profile QPPSNR in dBBit rateEncoding time in second PSNR in dBBit rateEncoding time in second 2242.371620407.88137.08042.207127612.22141.971 2739.091511014.04121.17838.689715152.94120.309 3236.29865847.0298.14935.91678225.54103.683 3733.91443200.7284.45033.61684732.3493.305
RaceHorses_416x240_30.yuv, Number of frames encoded = 20 HEVC, Main All-intra profileH.264, High All-intra profile QPPSNR in dBBit rateEncoding time in second PSNR in dBBit rateEncoding time in second 2242.57205057.1638.94242.50966100.9140.350 2738.61463152.1031.97338.4253846.3534.613 3234.99921814.8926.55134.72952238.2230.114 3731.9718979.58423.45231.9131291.2626.404 Results obtained
Conclusion & Future work Comparison between HEVC and H.264 clearly shows us the improvements in encoding times and the respective PSNRs and bitrates for defined QPs. By modifying the WaveFrontSynchro parameter, we observe the changes is encoding time. Future work would be to investigate the positive and negative impacts of the changes done and understanding of its working to further improve the encoding time.
References  G.J. Sullivan et al, “Overview of the high efficiency video coding (HEVC) standard”, IEEE Trans. CSVT, vol. 22,pp.1649-1668, Dec.2012.  C.C.Chi et al, “Parallel scalability and efficiency of HEVC parallelization approaches”, IEEE Trans. CSVT, vol. 22, pp.1827-1838, Dec.2012.  M.A.Mesa, et al., "Parallel video decoding in the emerging HEVC standard“, ICASSP 2012, pp. 1545 - 1548, March 2012.  Intel tutorial on OpenMP https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQ1k_YpyG_A&list=SPLX- Q6B8xqZ8n8bwjGdzBJ25X2utwnoEG. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQ1k_YpyG_A&list=SPLX- Q6B8xqZ8n8bwjGdzBJ25X2utwnoEG
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References (contd)  E. Kalali, et al, "A High Performance And Low Energy Intra Prediction Hardware For HEVC Video Decoding", DASIP 2012, pp. 1 - 8, Karslruhe, Germany, Oct. 2012.DASIP 2012,  K. Miyazawa, et al, "Real-Time Hardware Implementation of HEVC Encoder for 1080p HD Video", IEEE PCS 2013, pp. 225 - 228, San Jose, California, USA, Dec 2013.  S. Kim, et al, "A Novel Fast and Low-complexity Motion Estimation for UHD HEVC", IEEE PCS 2013, pp. 105 - 108, San Jose, California, USA, Dec 2013.  F. Bossen, et al, ” HEVC Complexity and Implementation Analysis”, IEEE Trans. on CSVT, vol.22, no.12, pp.1685-1696, Dec. 2012.  K.R. Rao, D.N. Kim and J.J. Hwang, "Video Coding Standards: AVS China, H.264/MPEG-4 Part10, HEVC, VP6, DIRAC and VC-1", Springer, 2014.
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