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Effect of compressed offline foveated video on viewing behavior and subjective quality
ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications (TOMCCAP)
Offline foveation is a technique to improve the compression efficiency of digitized video. The general idea behind offline foveation is to blur video regions where no or a small number of previewers look without decreasing the subjective quality for later viewers. It relies on the fact that peripheral vision is reduced compared to central vision, and the observation that during free-viewing humans' gaze positions generally coincide when watching video. In this article, we conduct twodoi:10.1145/1671954.1671958 fatcat:7gwhhligwff2feoi7pf57kqfem