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Please cite the following paper in your reference if you use this dataset for your work:  
 
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M.-N. Garcia, P. List, B. Feiten, U. Wüstenhagen and A. Raake (2016). Audio-Video Databases for H.264-bitstream-based Quality Assessment of IPTV Services, 8th International Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX).
 
M.-N. Garcia, P. List, B. Feiten, U. Wüstenhagen and A. Raake (2016). Audio-Video Databases for H.264-bitstream-based Quality Assessment of IPTV Services, 8th International Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX).

Latest revision as of 15:29, 15 August 2016

Description

Audio, video and audiovisual databases for H.264-bitstream-based quality assessment of IPTV services This dataset contains one audio, two video and three audiovisual databases. They were produced for training and validating the standardized models ITU-T P.1201.2 and P.1202.2. Both models are bitstream-based no-reference models targeting IPTV services and high-resolution video sequences (Standard and High Definition). They cover compression and packet-loss impairments. Each database contains about 240 sequences. For video, the H.264 codec was used, while the audio was encoded with four different codecs (AAC-LC, HE-AAC, MP2, AC-3). Both uniform (random) and bursty losses were addressed for different types of packet-loss concealment. Databases include per-subject quality scores as well as per-frame (video and audio) and per sequence bitstream- and packet loss-related information.

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This dataset can be found at the following locations:

IRCCYN FTP

Qualinet multimedia databases

Reference

Please cite the following paper in your reference if you use this dataset for your work:

M.-N. Garcia, P. List, B. Feiten, U. Wüstenhagen and A. Raake (2016). Audio-Video Databases for H.264-bitstream-based Quality Assessment of IPTV Services, 8th International Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX).