Effect of Motion Intensity on Perceived Quality of Multimedia Communication

  • Ukommi U
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Wireless multimedia communication facilitates the way we communicate and work. Multimedia communication has greatly changed the approach of modern world communication, especially during the peak period of coronavirus pandemic, where patterns of official meetings, business transactions and medical services shifted toward virtual approach using multimedia applications such as video conference, Skype, zoom applications and Video on Demand for personalized media consumption. Multimedia communication demands large chuck of scarced network resources to meet users’ quality performance compared to audio communication. This paper assesses the effect of motion intensity on perceived quality of multimedia communication. System simulations performed with the four different ITU-T reference sequences standard test multimedia sequences of various motion intensity characteristics shows that the perceived quality multimedia test sequences decreases with increase in motion intensity level of test multimedia samples under constraint network condition. Approximately, Akiyo test sample with significant low motion intensity recorded average Mean Opinion Score (MOS) value of 4.16 compared with 3.11 and 3.02 MOS values obtained for test samples with relative high motion intensity characteristics.




Ukommi, U. S. (2020). Effect of Motion Intensity on Perceived Quality of Multimedia Communication. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(6), 434–438. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijeat.f1542.089620

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