Three-dimensional subband coding is an alternative approach to hybrid coding schemes which are used in todays video compression standards. In this work, two possible models for three-dimensional subband coding have been tested. In model I the temporal filtering is performed directly on the input sequence. In model II the temporal filtering is performed along the trajectories of the motion. In both models the resulting lowpass and highpass sequences are coded using interframe and intraframe coding. Motion compensation is performed using blockmatching. The coding results are compared to the H263 standard.