Infoscience

Conference paper

Subjective assessment of H.264/AVC video sequences transmitted over a noisy channel

In this paper we describe a database containing subjective assessment scores relative to 78 video streams encoded with H.264/AVC and corrupted by simulating the transmission over error-prone network. The data has been collected from 40 subjects at the premises of two academic institutions. Our goal is to provide a balanced and comprehensive database to enable reproducible research results in the field of video quality assessment. In order to support research works on Full-Reference, Reduced-Reference and No-Reference video quality assessment algorithms, both the uncompressed files and the H.264/AVC bitstreams of each video sequence have been made publicly available for the research community, together with the subjective results of the performed evaluations.

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