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Old 16th May 2011, 11:21   #1  |  Link
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Motion Estimation in VHDL

Hello,

I am begginer in every related to video codecs and I am working on the Motion Estimation and I am trying to implement it in VHDL. The algorithm I am using is the Uneven Multihexagonal Search (UMHexagonalS) and at the moment I am stuck. The questions I have are probably very easy:

- How big must be the search window? My search window must be square, is not it?

- In the hexagonal search, how much must be the distance between one search point and the next one?

- Is the distance from one search point to another search point measured in pixels or macroblocks?

Thank you very much for your time and your help.

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Moved the off-topic post.

Next time please open a new thread in the appropriate sub-forum, if you want to discuss a new topic.

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