International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Analysis Study Research Paper | Computer Science | India | Volume 12 Issue 3, March 2023

Signal Transmission Optimization Moving-Vector Classification MPEG Standard Video Coding

Shashank Shekhar [4] | Dr. Sumit Bhattacharjee

Abstract: The rise of useful multimedia applications has sparked a rush to perfect video compression methods. Over the last decade, there has been a lot of interest in using motion-compensated frame interpolation (MCFI) methods to boost video frame rate during playback in both the academic and consumer electronics sectors. Interpolation refers to the process of defining the values of a function at places that are not represented by any of the examples. It accomplishes this process by fitting a constant function across the discrete input samples. We based our methodology on the fact that color cameras function similarly to the human eye. We have been used to black and white photographs, yet the real world is full of color. Grayscale images were the sole option until the advent of color monitors and cameras. Energy assessment calls for photo capture using a camera. Light's electromagnetic waves provide the observable energy in this scheme. For motion-compensated video vector frame interpolation or frame rate up-conversion and also Phase frame interpolation Method, the authors present a novel approach with low vector dispensation method in the conclusion. Using optical flow or other conventional methods, it is necessary to have precise pixel correspondences between pictures in order to compute interpolated frames in a video series. We provide a practical replacement by capitalizing on advances in phase-based approaches, which use the phase shift of individual pixels to express motion. In challenging interpolation conditions, such as major appearance changes, flow-based algorithms frequently create severe visual distortions, yet our solution fails gently. Our approach is particularly useful for retiming and interpolating frames in high-resolution video shot at a high frame rate. Estimating motion for the purpose of improving the quality of the decompressed video requires more research on the nature of the compression problem. a novel way to estimating motion that is analogous to full-search 3ss,4ss, block-matching, and parametric techniques. The primary focus will be research into both error-free compression and the development of novel motion estimation algorithms. The results of the research indicate that the suggested system has the potential to increase visual superiority and is also robust, especially when applied to video sequences with quick movements and challenging portions. By combining phase-based and conventional Lagrangian, which is utilized to get better quality results and deal with variations in light more gracefully.

Keywords: Motion Pictures, Video, Signal Transmission, Signal Transmission Optimization, MPEG

Edition: Volume 12 Issue 3, March 2023,

Pages: 1349 - 1356

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