Reference Picture

Some articles on reference picture, picture:

High Efficiency Video Coding - Features - Coding Tools - Motion Vector Prediction
... AMVP uses data from the reference picture and can also use data from adjacent prediction blocks ... second improvement is that HEVC uses information from the reference picture list and reference picture index ...
Versions - H.263v2 (H.263+)
... Enhancement Information Specification Annex M – Improved PB-frames mode Annex N – Reference Picture Selection mode Annex O – Temporal, SNR, and Spatial Scalability ... Previously the only picture formats supported in H.263 had been Sub-QCIF, QCIF, CIF, 4CIF, and 16CIF, and the only picture clock frequency had been 30000/1001 (approximately 29.97) clock ticks per ... Yes Slice Structured Mode No Yes Yes Reference Picture Resampling (Implicit Factor-of-4 Mode Only) No Yes Yes Advanced Prediction No No Yes Improved PB-frames No No Yes Independent Segment Decoding No No Yes ...

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