[theora-dev] VP3 Format Doc, v0.4
michaelni at gmx.at
Thu Mar 4 11:33:35 PST 2004
On Wednesday 03 March 2004 08:14, Mike Melanson wrote:
> Check it out-- another update in the space of a week:
> v0.4: March 2, 2004
> - renamed and expanded section "Initializing The Quantization Matrices"
> - outlined section "Reconstructing The Frame"
> - moved Theora Differences Appendix to its own section entitled "Theora
> - added Appendix: Quantization Matrices And Scale Factors
> - added Appendix: DCT Coefficient VLC Tables
> I have now made the Theora spec more than a footnote in the document
> (though I still have not expounded much upon that section).
> Happy reading...
a few comments ...
* the intra quantization matrixes are from jpeg (maybe u want to menton that)
* u dont mention which rounding variant is used in divisions, its quite
obvious from the examples though
* i think u didnt mention in what order macroblocks are stored in the
bitstream, but maybe i missed it
* maybe it would help readability of the dc prediction description if there
where a table for the 16 fragment availability cases and which are
used/discarded, something like:
L ULU UR
0 0 0 0 uses 0
0 0 0 1 uses UR
1 0 1 0 uses (L+U)/2
* the VP3/theora code contains deblock/dering filters IIRC, are these optional
in a sense that they are applied to every image but the decoder uses the
unfiltered image for motion compensaton, or are these loop filters which are
used in the decode-mc loop?
* i think theres no mentioning of the motion vector accuracy, are they 1/2
* theres also no explanation of how the halfpel motion compensation is done
(rounding?), and what is done for the chroma fragments, the motion vector is
1/4 pel accurate for them if its 1/2 pel for luma
btw, very nice doc :)
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buf[i]= qp - buf[i-1]; (violates patent #?)
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