In this article the effects of video content on Quality of Experience (QoE) have been presented. Delivery of the video content with high level of QoE from bandwidth-limited and error-prone network is of crucial importance for the service providers. Therefore, it is of fundamental importance to analyse the impact of the network impairments and video content on perceived quality during the QoE metric design. The major contributions of the article are in the study of i)the impact of network impairments together with video content, ii) impact of the video content and ii) the impact of video content related parameters: spatial-temporal perceptual information, video content, and frame size on QoE has been presented. The results show that when the impact of impairments on perceived quality is low, the quality is significantly influenced by video content, and video content itself also has a significant impact on QoE. Finally, the results strengthen the need for new parameter characterization, for better QoE metric design.

Paudyal, P., Battisti, F., & Carli, M. (2015). Study of the effects of video content on quality of experience. In Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering (pp.93960W). SPIE [10.1117/12.2083223].

Study of the effects of video content on quality of experience

PAUDYAL, PRADIP;BATTISTI, FEDERICA;CARLI, Marco
2015

Abstract

In this article the effects of video content on Quality of Experience (QoE) have been presented. Delivery of the video content with high level of QoE from bandwidth-limited and error-prone network is of crucial importance for the service providers. Therefore, it is of fundamental importance to analyse the impact of the network impairments and video content on perceived quality during the QoE metric design. The major contributions of the article are in the study of i)the impact of network impairments together with video content, ii) impact of the video content and ii) the impact of video content related parameters: spatial-temporal perceptual information, video content, and frame size on QoE has been presented. The results show that when the impact of impairments on perceived quality is low, the quality is significantly influenced by video content, and video content itself also has a significant impact on QoE. Finally, the results strengthen the need for new parameter characterization, for better QoE metric design.
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Paudyal, P., Battisti, F., & Carli, M. (2015). Study of the effects of video content on quality of experience. In Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering (pp.93960W). SPIE [10.1117/12.2083223].
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