[FFmpeg-devel] [GSOC 2016] Ideas on FFV1 P frame project
michael at niedermayer.cc
Mon May 16 02:28:59 CEST 2016
On Sun, May 15, 2016 at 07:44:11PM +0300, Станислав Долганов wrote:
> I'm currently working on GSOC 2016 project for upgrading FFV1 codec with an
> ability to use P frames. Maybe some of you have any suggestions or
> While working on qualification task I implemented a simple modification of
> codec to encode P frames without motion compensation, so now the base for
> trying several MC approaches is ready.
> My plan of upgrade is the next:
> 1) I want to try current realization of OBMC algorithm from snow*.c
> 2) Then try to take some ideas from HEVC
> 2.1) In paper "Overview of the High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC)
> Standard" (can be found here
> http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?arnumber=6316136) motion
> compensation process is described. It includes quarter pixel interpolation
> technic, intra- and inter-frame predicting strategies, quadtree of frame
> blocks, several types of predicted units, so there is a lot of stuff to try
it also probably makes sense to try 1/8 pel and smaller blocks at some
later point if time remains
> 2.2) In "PARALLEL AMVP CANDIDATE LIST CONSTRUCTION FOR HEVC" (
> can be found algorithm to
> make MC process faster.
It probably makes sense to first identify which parts take most time
and cause parallelization bottlenecks before optimizing
> 2.3) Authors of "HEVC Lossless Coding and Improvements" (
> proposed Sample-Based Angular Intra Prediction algrorithm special for
> lossless compression, which can be tried too.
> 3) Try to use filtration just like bilateral in "SEPARABLE BILATERAL
> FILTERING FOR FAST VIDEO PREPROCESSING" (
> http://elynxsdk.free.fr/ext-docs/Bilateral/ICME2005_TPLV.pdf) as
> pre-processing part, it can reduce compression size due to encoding noise
> values only from a current frame.
> 4) Maybe try some non common ideas like not use motion vectors as in
> "Lossless Video Sequence Compression Using Adaptive Prediction" (
this sounds very interresting
I think the general plan layed out by your mail above looks good!
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