A Novel PSNR With Three-Dimension Scalability for SVC Video Streaming Networks
This paper presents a novel PSNR3D equation for SVC video streaming networks. An SVC (Scalable Video Coding) film consists of a number of segments on a fixed-time basis. At a transmitter, each segment is chopped into different sizes of blocks, referred to as 3D torrents, according to three SVC scalabilities (temporal, quality, and spatial). At a receiver, 3D-torrents are timely grabbed from video networks to recover the original SVC film. For the purpose of comparing quality between the sending and the receiving pictures under the assumption of packet losses during video delivery, the authors implement an SVC video network based on Linux platform.