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AIVC: Artificial Intelligence based Video Codec

02/09/2022
by   Théo Ladune, et al.
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This paper introduces AIVC, an end-to-end neural video codec. It is based on two conditional autoencoders MNet and CNet, for motion compensation and coding. AIVC learns to compress videos using any coding configurations through a single end-to-end rate-distortion optimization. Furthermore, it offers performance competitive with the recent video coder HEVC under several established test conditions. A comprehensive ablation study is performed to evaluate the benefits of the different modules composing AIVC. The implementation is made available at https://orange-opensource.github.io/AIVC/.

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AIVC

AIVC is a fully-learned video codec. It is able to code video sequences at different rates and it features tunable coding configurations.


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