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Selective frame prefetching for reducing disk energy consumption in scalable video coding (SVC) media players
We have a tendency to propose a new disk power management theme for scalable video coding (SVC) video playback. Standard disk power management techniques for video players usually prefetch video frames into buffer to permit disk to enter low-power mode, that might need vital buffer space. To deal with this, we have a tendency to exploit temporal scalability property in that multiple frame rates for the same video stream are provided, and permit selective frame prefetching with the aim of achieving specified quality levels while reducing disk energy consumption. Simulation results show that the disk energy consumption will be reduced by 8.4% on average without any noticeable quality degradation by users.
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