Investigations on Stabilization and Compression of Medical Videos
Medical and clinical video often encompasses several interferences and artifacts that might be interpreted differently. Investigations on stabilization interpreted a stabilized data with more precision. Medical video contains massive information, which affects the whole system if erroneously interpreted and storage of such information entail masses of storage space. In such cases, compression is required to ease the storage space. Hence, an investigation on stabilization with video compression is investigated and an analysis with optimization technique is also performed to achieve better quality with good compression. The results offered a significant increase in the peak signal-to-noise ratio of about +5.06dB and structural similarity index of about 0.3.