Video databases often focus on a particular use case with a limited set of sequences. In this paper, a different type of database creation is proposed: an exhaustive number of test conditions will be continuously created and made freely available for objective and subjective evaluation. At the moment, the database comprises more than ten thousand JM/x264-encoded video sequences. An extensive study of the possible encoding parameter space led to a first subset selection of 1296 configurations. At the moment, only ten source sequences have been used, but extension to more than one hundred sequences is planned. Some Full-Reference (FR) and No-Reference (NR) metrics were selected and calculated. The resulting data will be freely available to the research community and possible exploitation areas are suggested.
References and Citation
Please, cite the following paper in your reference if you use this database for your work [LJB2013].
LJB2013: Leszczuk, Mikołaj, Lucjan Janowski, and Marcus Barkowsky. "Freely available large-scale video quality assessment database in full-hd resolution with h. 264 coding." 2013 IEEE Globecom Workshops (GC Wkshps). IEEE, 2013.