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Ming Chieh Lee, Wei ge Chen: Video coding using adaptive coding of block parameters for coded/uncoded blocks. Microsoft Corporation, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, August 31, 1999: US05946043 (169 worldwide citation)

Video coding efficiency for high motion scenes is improved by adaptively disabling a parameter indicating whether texture and motion data is coded for a macroblock. The COD parameter is disabled when the number of macroblocks with substantially all zero motion and texture data is less than a thresho ...


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Lee Ning Chieh, Chen Wei Ge: Improved video coding using adaptive coding of block parameters for coded/uncoded blocks. Microsoft, November 21, 2001: EP1156680-A2 (1 worldwide citation)

A method of entropy coding a luminance coded block pattern value for a macroblock of a video image includes associating the luminance coded block pattern value with an entropy code according to a coding mode, and adaptively selecting (132) the coding mode from among plural coding modes (134, 136) ba ...


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Lee Ming Chieh, Chen Wei Ge: Codage video ameliore faisant appel a un codage adaptatif de parametres de bloc pour blocs codes/non codes, Improved video coding using adaptive coding of block parameters for coded/uncoded blocks. Microsoft Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, OYEN WIGGS GREEN & MUTALA, July 8, 1999: CA2316848

Video coding efficiency for high motion scenes is improved by adaptively disabling a parameter indicating whether texture and motion data is coded for a macroblock. The COD parameter is disabled when the number of macroblocks with substantially all zero motion and texture data is less than a thresho ...


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Lee Ming Chieh, Chen Wei Ge: Improved video coding using adaptive coding of block parameters for coded/uncoded blocks. Microsoft, October 18, 2000: EP1044566-A1

Video coding efficiency for high motion scenes is improved by adaptively disabling a parameter indicating whether texture and motion data is coded for a macroblock. The COD parameter is disabled when the number of macroblocks with substantially all zero motion and texture data is less than a thresho ...


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Lee Ming Chieh, Chen Wei Ge: Improved video coding using adaptive coding of block parameters for coded/uncoded blocks. Microsoft Corporation, MEYER Joel R, July 8, 1999: WO/1999/034603

Video coding efficiency for high motion scenes is improved by adaptively disabling a parameter indicating whether texture and motion data is coded for a macroblock. The COD parameter is disabled when the number of macroblocks with substantially all zero motion and texture data is less than a thresho ...



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