Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 24, 2014
EuclidIQ' s patented feature-based video compression enables an encoder to search a greater number of previously decoded frames and, within each of those frames, a greater area and a much higher number of pels compared with conventional compression, which considers fewer frames, smaller areas, and fewer pels.
“This patent expands EuclidIQ's body of intellectual property that documents the use of computer vision modeling techniques in video compression, by adding a feature-based method of video compression to our previous patents that describe object-based methods of video compression,” said Nigel Lee, EuclidIQ’s Chief Science Officer.
From the patent abstract:
“Systems and methods of processing video data are provided. Video data having a series of video frames is received and processed. One or more instances of a candidate feature are detected in the video frames. The previously decoded video frames are processed to identify potential matches of the candidate feature. When a substantial amount of portions of previously decoded video frames include instances of the candidate feature, the instances of the candidate feature are aggregated into a set. The candidate feature set is used to create a feature-based model. The feature-based model includes a model of deformation variation and a model of appearance variation of instances of the candidate feature. The feature-based model compression efficiency is compared with the conventional video compression efficiency.”
EuclidIQ continues to advance and protect its Intellectual property rights with patent filings in the US and around the world. This latest grant brings EuclidIQ’s patent pool to 32 with additional patents pending in the U.S. and internationally.
EuclidIQ is a video technology development company focused on the delivery of HD video over constrained networks. EuclidIQ has been tackling this challenge and has invented an innovative technology that delivers significant benefits in video distribution. The company’s patented technology utilizes feature and object modeling to deliver improved video compression with no loss of visual quality. To learn more about EuclidIQ and its video processing technology, visit the company website, or contact info(at)euclidiq(dot)com.