Kingston 3D Video Packet Loss Database

The Kingston 3D Video packet loss database contains 54 3D video sequences (5 to 10 seconds in length) in mobile to HD resolutions. Individual opinion score (OS) and mean opinion score (MOS) values obtained via the Double Stimulus Continuous Quality Scale (DSCQS) evaluation method are provided.

Nine high quality video sequences which are publicly available (for research purposes) in a range of resolutions were encoded using the H.264/AVC video coding standard. H.264 video coding with QP = 30 was used to create the compressed sequences. The transmission of these compressed sequences was simulated over a packet network subjected to random packet losses in order to obtain 54 processed video sequences. The packet loss rates (PLRs) 0%, 1%, 3%, 5% and 10% were considered. The degraded video sequences span the whole perceptual quality range from excellent to bad. The unprocessed reference video sequence was also evaluated since the DSCQS method was followed to obtain user`s opinion.

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