MSU Video Quality Measurement Tool 2.7.2 Portable | 5.03 Mb
Video quality is a characteristic of a video passed through a video transmission/processing system, a formal or informal measure of perceived video degradation (typically, compared to the original video). Video processing systems may introduce some amounts of distortion or artifacts in the video signal, so video quality evaluation is an important problem. MSU VQMT is a free program for video quality measurements. This application allows you to create objective comparison of video codecs and perform filters video analysis.
Supported video formats: *.AVI *.AVS *.YUV (scientific) - 8, 10, 14 and 16 bits per color component *.BMP (RGB24) *.MOV, *.VOB, *.WMV, *.MP4, *.MPG, *.MKV, *.FLV and others (via AviSynth) Supported metrics (and color spaces): PSNR (Y,U,V,L,R,G,B) - most popular Delta (Y,U,V,L, R,G,B) MSAD (Y,U,V,L,R,G,B) MSE (Y,U,V,L,R,G,B) SSIM (Y) VQM (Y) MSU Blurring Metric (Y,U,V) MSU Blocking Metric (Y,U,V) MSU Brightness Flicking Metric (Y) - plugin MSU Brightness Independent PSNR (Y) - plugin MSU Drop Frame Metric (Y) - plugin MSU Noise Estimation Metric (Y) - plugin MSU Scene Change Detector (Y) - plugin