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Image Quality and System Performance IX
In this contribution, we will examine two important aspects of subjective video quality assessment and their overall influence on the test results in detail: the participants' viewing experience and the quality range in the stabilization phase. Firstly, we examined if the previous viewing experience of participants in subjective tests influence the results. We performed a number of single-and double-stimulus tests assessing the visual quality of video material compressed with both H.264/AVC anddoi:10.1117/12.907967 fatcat:4upnjb7ks5hjpdo2dqwulaa6lu