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Internet data almost double every year. The need of multimedia communication
is less storage space and fast transmission. So, the large volume of video data has become
the reason for video compression. The aim of this paper is to achieve temporal compression
for three-dimensional (3D) videos using motion estimation-compensation and wavelets.
Instead of performing a two-dimensional (2D) motion search, as is common in conventional
video codec’s, the use of a 3D motion search has been proposed, that is able to better exploit
the temporal correlations of 3D content. This leads to more accurate motion prediction and
a smaller residual. The discrete wavelet transform (DWT) compression scheme has been
added for better compression ratio. The DWT has a high-energy compaction property thus
greatly impacted the field of compression. The quality parameters peak signal to noise ratio
(PSNR) and mean square error (MSE) have been calculated. The simulation results shows
that the proposed work improves the PSNR from existing work.