Video Clarity introduces MOVIE [DigitalProductionME.com]
(DigitalProductionME.com Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Video Clarity Inc. has announced the release of MOVIE for ClearView, a new perceptual test method for the ClearView line of video quality analysers.
MOVIE (Motion-based Video Integrity Evaluation) creates accuracy for measuring video quality because it yields results that are closer than ever to human perceptions of video quality. MOVIE also improves accuracy for content originators, broadcast operators, broadcast transmission equipment manufacturers, and consumer electronics manufacturers that use ClearView analysers to ensure the best viewing experience, operate more efficiently, meet SLAs, and stay in compliance.
ClearView analysers use several test methods to arrive at a measurement of subjective quality that very closely approximates what the average person would see and hear when watching the video. Adding the full-reference MOVIE test to ClearView systems gives users the highest correlation to human subjective quality available in an automated measurement system.
"Customers are continually looking for better, more accurate ways to measure and track video quality, whether they're developing an encoder/decoder or other processing product, or running an entertainment network processing-path application. We study the latest work by researchers so that we can integrate the best-performing solutions into ClearView products," said Blake Homan, president of Video Clarity. "MOVIE meets the demand for ever more accurate tools when testing both broadcast and consumer devices that tend to generate significant interframe quality artifacts. We know users want the MOVIE method as part of their video quality measurement and test routines."
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