Compression Efficiency Evaluation of HEVC/H.265, AV1, and VVC/H.266 Video Codecs
Recently, digital compression has received a lot of attention. In this paper, we will compare and evaluate the performance of the latest standards HEVC, AVI and its successor VVC, which is determined by the nature of the video, its capabilities, quantization parameters, video content, image quality, and video size, The results show that each standard has characteristics that sometimes make it superior to others. Compared to H.265/HEVC, AV1 is more efficient at compressing HD and FHD video, and more efficient for SD video. In addition, experiments show that VVC/H.266 has higher compression efficiency.
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