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Session:Perceptual Modeling
Time:Monday, October 9, 09:40 - 12:20
Presentation: Poster
Topic: Image & Video Modeling: Perceptual / human visual system
Authors: Mei Hwan Loke; Institute for Infocomm Research 
 Ee Ping Ong; Institute for Infocomm Research 
 Weisi Lin; Institute for Infocomm Research 
 Zhongkang Lu; Institute for Infocomm Research 
 Susu Yao; Institute for Infocomm Research 
Abstract: The state-of-the-art objective video quality metrics reported in the literature have so far been focused on TV signals with large frame sizes, full TV frame rates, and high compressed bit rates. The aim of this paper is to present the performance of three widely-known objective video quality metrics but tested on multimedia videos with small frame sizes, various frame rates, and low bit rates. The video quality metrics used were the NTIA video quality metrics (the “general” and the “videoconferencing” models), a modified Watson’s DVQ metric, and the VSSIM metric. The test videos consist of both H.264 and MPEG-4 compressed videos with CIF and QCIF frame sizes, at various bit rates (24kbps-384kbps) and frame rates (7.5fps-30fps). Here, results and conclusions derived from the comparison of the three metrics will be provided.