Novel 3D Stereoscopic Film Compression using Multiwavelet

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Alramahi, N, Bush, M and Swash, R (2017). Novel 3D Stereoscopic Film Compression using Multiwavelet. International Conference on Communication, Management and Information Technology. Warsaw, Poland 03 - 05 Apr 2017
AuthorsAlramahi, N, Bush, M and Swash, R
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In this paper using signal processing transform to compress 3D stereoscopic film. The proposed algorithm offerings an application of 3D RGB volumetric images using Multiwavelet Transform (MWT) decomposition spatial domain into 16 sub-band. The outcome is a novel small film in the editing by using just LL sub-band as a new part of the frame. Thus, firstly, resizes the frame to (1080x1080) that is may be evenly divided into three sub-matrices. Secondly, each sub-matrix to be processed in MWT. Thirdly, the resultant will be half size frame to create the new film from the LL sub-band MWT with less frequency. The contributions of this paper are Optimum broadcasting time and High compressibility ratio. Optimum broadcasting time of 79 Megapixel/second compared to that of the 373 Megapixel/second original time for each 60 frame/ second. The optimum transmitting time ration is 5-fold. High compressibility ratio of (79%). That means the new frame size is just (21%) of the original one.

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