Size Optimization of 3D Stereoscopic Film Frames

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Alramahi, N and Bush, M (2017). Size Optimization of 3D Stereoscopic Film Frames. International Conference on Communication, Management and Information Technology. Warsaw, Poland 03 - 05 Apr 2017
AuthorsAlramahi, N and Bush, M
TypeConference paper
Abstract

3D stereoscopic film has inherently the problem of large frame size that many 3D images compression algorithms already investigated for exploiting complex method, outputting poorly displayed frame, and takings a long processing time. Consequently, this paper presents the development of a unique technique of clipping the redundant areas from the frames that do not appear in 3D stereoscopic film which delivered side-by-side (SbS) format over a conventional packet-based network. This implies reducing the size of the 3D film with natural depth perception.

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Accepted22 Feb 2017
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