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In this paper, we propose an error recovery scheme to cope with the frame loss problem in large end-to-end delay scenario. Because Wyner-Ziv coding can produce deterministic output with nondeterministic inputs, we adopt the decoder's error-corrupted reference picture as side information to exploit its correlation with source picture, and thus improve the coding efficiency. To prevent retransmission request, we propose a feasible encoder-driven rate estimation scheme by only storing MVs and part of the error pattern at encoder. Furthermore, a new Laplacian parameter computing method is proposed based on discrete Laplacian PDF. The experimental results show that the proposed estimation schemes have quite high precision, and the error recovery scheme outperforms INTRA refresh scheme up to 5 dB.