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    • Posted by elecard
    • April 15
    • 222 views
    Using integer arithmetic for coding and the actual meaning of the “Context Adaptive” part in the term CABAC.
    • Posted by elecard
    • March 3
    • 190 views
    The choice of a network protocol for real-time streaming depends on many factors such as number of end-users, type of their receiving devices, desired latency, and network type.
    We will consider some typical tasks and possible solutions.
    • Posted by elecard
    • February 24
    • 178 views
    Binarization procedure in detail for the special case when the coding is performed using intra-prediction only.
    • Posted by elecard
    • February 10
    • 182 views
    Тranscoding video is a very resource-intensive task. It can be fairly expensive to run it on the CPU, especially with the growth of OTT broadcasting, where there are multiple profiles per channel. GPUs can be used to save resources. This article discusses...  more
    • Posted by elecard
    • February 3
    • 89 views
    The HEVC standard implements all of the above ideas that provide the best inter-frame prediction “quality”. This involves the ability to specify the prediction vector with 1/4-pixel accuracy, use one- and bi-directional prediction, vary ada...
    • Posted by elecard
    • December 24, 2020
    • 133 views
    Large-scale project on content preparation and broadcasting of 12 channels in the Moscow underground trains.
    • Posted by elecard
    • December 2, 2020
    • 176 views
    Low broadcast latency has become a mandatory requirement in any tenders and competitions for building head-end stations and CDNs.
    Previously, such criteria were applied only to sports broadcasting, but now operators require low latency from broadcast equi...  more
    • Posted by elecard
    • November 25, 2020
    • 187 views
    Basic information about video compression technology: brief history, stages of video encoding, main algorithms of AVC/H.264 and HEVC/H.265 standards.