The goal of this project is to distribute 3D video contents over a P2P network. In the first stage we will study the 3D technology and why is it essential to compress a 3D video for broadcast in real time. Then we analyze the multiview video coding (MVC) technique developed by the group of experts in video compression, the Joint Video Team (JVT), which allows a high compression ratio of 3D flows. The study focuses on the compression factor and the computational cost of the encoder, but also analyzes features such as compilation, configuration files or the analysis of the structure of the packets generated by the codec. The second step is to analyze CoolRuc, a P2P software application for the distribution of 3D content. Coolruc, programmed in Java Platform, was developed by the foundation i2cat in the Trilogy project. The third step is to create new modules in CoolRuc to distribute P2P files. Finally, the software developed is evaluated, presenting results of the tests for the proposed solution.
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