Resources Contact Us Home
Information processing apparatus with video encoding process control based on detected load

Image Number 2 for United States Patent #8130839.

According to one embodiment, an information processing apparatus includes an input unit which inputs moving picture signal, a processing load detecting unit which detects a processing load, a motion estimation unit which detects the inter-frame motion of blocks obtained by dividing an input picture constituting the input moving picture signal in a square region which is set according to the processing load detected at the processing load detecting unit and whose diagonal line is parallel to one side of the blocks, a motion compensation prediction unit which generates a prediction signal based on the result of the detection at the motion estimation unit, a conversion unit which converts a prediction residual error signal obtained from a residual error in the prediction signal and the input picture signal, and an output unit which encodes a conversion coefficient converted at the conversion unit, and outputs an encoded stream.

  Recently Added Patents
Method of fabricating semiconductor light emitting device
Systems and methods for implementing multi-application tabs and tab sets
Image recording device, image recording method, and computer program product that adds a fluorescent-whitening-agent onto a recording sheet
Methods and systems to accomplish variable width data input
System and method to assess serviceability of device
Generating a representation of an object of interest
Method and apparatus for cutting high quality internal features and contours
  Randomly Featured Patents
Single drive system for driving components of sliding vehicle closure member
Handheld pneumatic tool for breaking up rock
Modular volumetric valve system
LCD-based printing apparatus for printing onto high contrast photosensitive medium
Stringed instrument braces with transverse openings
Adaptive physical education device
Gate valve
Securement fixture for truck bed liner
Apparatus and methods for drilling and lining a wellbore
TV monitor