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Presented during IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum in Porto, Portugal

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  • 6.3 billion mobile connections worldwide Mobile phone has become the most used product on the planet. In 2010, the average person looks at the phone 150 times per day (i.e. every six and a half minutes of every hour we are awake!) It is expected that Mobile web will overtake PC web in 2014
  • Here in this table we are seeing %48 CAGR for video streaming which is higher than both file sharing traffic, as well as web data including browser and similar applications using internet connectionsInternet video continue to grow and will reach %58 of all internet traffic by 2015Petabyte = 1M GB or 1000 Terabytes
  • In order to compare how each new generation of codecs improve video compression efficiency let’s assume we have a digital video file that is about 100MB and encoded with MPEG2 codec. Starting from original source file if I were to go back and encode same video using MPEG-4 Advanced Simple Profile I would have same video for 75MB. Similarly 56 MB with H.264 High profile and 33MB with upcoming HEVC standard. So in summary in the span of 20 yearsData required for presenting highest quality video increased by 1500xWhereas despite numerous advancements in video coding standards codec compression efficiency from H.261/H.262 to HEVC only got 3x or 4x better.
  • Video codec standards now are more embedded friendly in HEVC than H.264, like CABAC (context-based adaptive binary arithmetic coding)which everyone has hard time in implementing it in mobile video.
  • SS Galaxy S4 – 441ppi 1080p displayHTC One – 468ppi 1080p displayiPhone 5 – 326ppi 1136x640 displayiPhone 4S – 326ppi 960x640 display
  • For video technology we are putting our focus on Covering a wide range of standard and proprietary codecs and formats for improved multimedia experienceScalability across MSMs. In the past we used mainly DSP architecture in the past . For scalability with optimized power scheme we are migrating to all hardware accelerated architecturesEnhancing visual quality through post and pre-processing. This is another area we put tremendous investment with silicon and algorithm developmentFor easy 3rd party integration we are supporting all popular frameworks including opencore, stagefright, directshow

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  • Today and tomorrow of visual communications, building on 20 years of technology breakthroughs October 8 – 10 Porto, Portugal International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium Dynamics of Video in Mobile Environments Chienchung Chang Vice President, Head of Multimedia R&D Qualcomm Inc.
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal Behind the Smartphone Frenzy: Multimedia 1/3+ of daily media interactions occur on a smartphone 3/4 Worlds population has access to a mobile device 604M Facebook users are mobile
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal • Millions of new consumers with video enabled device (phone/tablet) • Higher availability of digital content services and social sharing platforms (Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, Facebook, YouTube…) • Improved capability of devices (higher resolution display, better camera and video engine in devices) Mobile Video Dominance 3 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 M2M Video File sharing Web/Data Cisco® VNI report Mobile Data Traffic (Exabytes [1018] per month)
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal Mobile Video/Camera 4
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal Data Growth Driven by Digital Video 5 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2013 1080p 30fps 1980x1020 QCIF 15fps 176x144 160 x
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal Data Growth Driven by Digital Video 6 2015 2020 1080p 30fps 1980x1020 2013 8K 120fps 7680x4320 4K 60fps 3840x2160 8 x 8 x
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal MPEG-2 •Standard in 1996 •DVD, Digital TV MPEG-4 •Standard in 1999 AVC (H.264) •Standard in 2003 •Bluray, Digital TV HEVC (H.265) •Standard in 2013 25% better 25% better ~40% better 100 MBbyte MPEG-2 video compressed with newer codecs: MPEG-2 MPEG-4 AVC (H.264) HEVC (H.265) 100MB 75MB 56MB 33MB Data for high quality video increased by 150x in last 22 years With 4K and 8K video, data will increase by 64x in next 10 years Video codec compression efficiency has only increased by 3x The Need for Better Compression
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal • Mobile industry now in the driver seat – Driving the international standards – Friendly to embedded platforms: power, computation, HW/SW implementation etal. – Mass digital contents are consumed on personal screens • Mobile and PC, TV, CE devices converge in video experience Video Codec Evolution 8 MPEG-2 H.262 (‘95) MPEG-4 ASP (‘00/’11) H.263++ (‘00) MPEG-4 AVC H.264 HP (‘03/’05) HEVC MP (’13) -40%-44%-20% VCEG Initiates H.265 - KTA SW (Jul’06) MPEG’s CfE Results (Apr’09) -71%
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal Drivers of High Resolution Video Driving Beyond “Retina” Displays qVGA hVGA WVGA DVGA HD FHD ‘05 ‘07 ’08-’09 ’10 ‘11 ’12-’13 ‘14 130~180 ppi 180~310 ppi 326 ppi 329 ppi 450~520 ppi 132ppi 498ppi 244ppi
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal Drivers of High Resolution Video Resolution Upper Limits for Smartphones & Tablets 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Resolution(PPI) Screen Size (inches) QVGA HVGA VGA WVGA qHD XGA 720HD 1080HD QXGA WQXGA 4K Eye resolution SP: 573ppi Eye resolution Tablet: 382ppi
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal Drivers of High Resolution Video MiracastTM WiFi Display  Video  Gaming  Browsing  Photos  Social Networking Consumers want to share content from smaller devices to larger displays. Video projected via MiracastTM WiFi Display requires the video stream to be simultaneously decoded on the smartphone/tablet and re-encoded and streamed to the larger display Video Compression is key to lower overall network bandwidth traffic
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal Video Technology Considerations for Mobile Widely used codecs and file formats supported Wide Range of Codec & Format Support • HW accelerated codec for higher performance • Scalable covering from QCIF to 4K video • Transcode, trans-rate HD in real time • HFR (high frame rate) encode in HD Scalable Performance & Rich Features • Pre-processing for encode path Rotation, zoom, image stabilization, overlay • Post-processing for decode path Scaling, sharpening, frame rate conversion, de- interlacing, de-blocking, de-noising, error concealment CE Grade Video Quality  All major frameworks: DirectShow, OpenCore, StageFright, Flash, Silverlight  OpenMax IL level access to HW codecs  Streaming protocol support: RTSP, RTP, HTTP Live Streaming, HTTP Adaptive Streaming, DASH Multimedia Framework Support
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal • 1080p30 is ubiquitous in smartphones(de facto) • Next-gen imaging format: 4K (UHD-1) video is imminent. • Visual quality (VQ) emerges as a key metric • Internet traffic growth fuels the need of – More efficient data compression : HEVC, SHVC and VP9 evolutions will set new bar in mobile video – Delivery mechanisms : DASH • As mobile and TV video experience converges, emerging technologies gain importance: Miracast, Alljoyn, DIAL, AirPlay • High quality video post-processing is needed to compensate the gap of video and display resolution. Mobile Video Dynamics 13
  • IMTC 20th Anniversary Forum – Porto, Portugal Adaptive Video Streaming Quality is adapted to changing network conditions. Videos encoded to different streams at different quality Stored or generated on- demand Device selects optimal stream Low Video SegmentsQuality Med High Time Internet (CDN)
  • 15 Chienchung Chang cchang@qti.qualcomm.com