Media motion-based resource distribution for mobile video networking
Wireless video communication is challenging due to vulnerability of media bitstreams to channel distortions. Investigation has been carried out on wireless video channel under tight networking resource budget. One of the challenges is the impact of channel errors on the quality of media streams with high motion activity. Motion activity in this context defines the magnitude of activity displacement in video sequence. Based on the analysis, Media Motion-based Resource Distribution (MRD) is proposed to maximize the average received video quality over wireless system, by regulating the resource distribution of the media streams based on their motion activity characteristics. Experimental results demonstrate that the proposed scheme can improve the average received video quality performance under tight resource constraints budget.
Keywords: Wireless video communication, resource constraints, received video performance, media motion