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An Effective Technique for Video Compression based on Redundant Wavelet Transform through Selective Accuracy Algorithm


  • Department of Electronics and Communication, Mewar University, Chittorgarh – 312901, Rajasthan, India
  • ECE Department, Nawab Shah Alam Khan College of Engineering and Technology, Hyderabad – 500024, Telengana, India


Objective: This paper proposes a novel video compression by employing a technique which compensates the motion through using the blocks in varying sizes. Methods/Statistical Analysis: The video compression is achieved through the means of each block which vary in size using an accuracy algorithm which is selective in nature. This is a considerable improvisation upon the traditional approach of a wavelet transformation. The RDWT retains the information of the phase in the wavelet transform and provides the predicted enumeration for ME/MC related to transform domain. Findings: This effort focuses more on a reconciliation scheme of separation along with the selection norm which employs the motion content of the frame in a more effective manner with respect to shape and size of each block. Results: The investigational outcomes proved the effectiveness of proposed MH-VBSMC in the angle of using less number of separation blocks. Application/Improvements: This technique uses less computational steps.


Motion Compensation, Redundant Wavelet Transform, Variable Block Size, Video Compression

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