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also know as MPEG, the Moving Picture Experts Group.

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ISO/IEC digital media standards developed by this JTC 1 Working Group.

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Verification Test

This document provides a test plan for verification of the coding performance of HEVC screen content coding extensions. It describes a set of test conditions and presents a work plan for test preparation.

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~~This document reports the results of a formal subjective test. The test compared the current state of the draft IVC reference software encoder against a reference software encoder for the AVC High Profile (based on AVC HP bitstreams that were previously provided in contributions from January 2014, at which time some previous testing was conducted).

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This document provides a draft test plan for verification of the coding performance of HEVC screen content coding extensions. It describes a set of test conditions under consideration and presents a preliminary work plan for test preparation.

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This document reports results of a verification test of the encoding of HDR (High Dynamic Range) video content using the HEVC Main 10 profile, with and without the use of particular conversion and coding practices for HDR video coding that are under study in preparation of an upcoming technical report. The test was conducted according to the test plan described in JCTVC-W1018.

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SHVC, the scalable form of HEVC, codes video data of different qualities into layers, and allows subsets of the layers of video data to be extracted and used on their own. Verification tests of SHVC have been conducted to evaluate the amount of savings that can be achieved by SHVC compared to HEVC simulcast, where video data of different qualities are separately coded into independent bitstreams using HEVC.

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This document describes the results of a verification test for the HEVC extension for the coding of multi-view video (known as MV-HEVC), which was performed during the 14th JCT-3V meeting (San Diego, 22–26 February 2016) – based on a test plan established at the previous meeting. A description of the test conditions, subjective testing methodology, and test results is provided.

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This document contains a plan for an IVC verification test to be conducted to test the coding performance of video content using the newest IVC test model (ITM 14.0).

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SHVC, the scalable form of HEVC, codes video data of different qualities into layers, and allows subsets of the layers of video data to be extracted and used on their own. The verification tests of SHVC were conducted to evaluate the amount of savings that can be achieved by SHVC compared to HEVC simulcast, where video data of different qualities are separately coded into independent bitstreams using HEVC.

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This document describes the results of the subjective quality assessment verification test for HEVC-based coding of multiview video and depth. A description of the test conditions and subjective testing methodology is also provided. The subjective test results show that 3D-HEVC can achieve comparable quality relative to MV-HEVC with approximately 20% less bit rate, on average.

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This document describes the verification test plan for MV-HEVC and 3D-HEVC, including test conditions, evaluation methodology and timeline.

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