MSU Video Quality Measurement Tool: SDK



Since version 1.2 MSU Video Quality Measurement Tool supports plugins.

In MSU VQMT, each metric has following properties:

  1. Number of input videos (currently only 1 or 2 input video are supported)
  2. Structure of output values (metric can have any number of output values)
  3. Configuration abilities (metric can be configured with a string)

PSNR is the simplest example of a metric. It has two input frames, returns only one value that corresponds to both frames and is not configurable, but some metrics have much more complicated structure.

MSU VQMT handles metric as follows:

For more details on how this interaction happens, see SDK documentation.

Software Development Kit



21 Feb 2019
See Also
MSU SBD Benchmark 2020
MSU Video Quality Measurement Tool: Why upgrade?
MSU Video Quality Measurement Tool (PSNR, MSE, VQM, SSIM)
MSU Video Quality Measurement Tool (VQMT) is a program for objective video quality assessment.
MSU VQMT Subjective quality correlation
Comparison provided for the most popular metrics: PSNR, SSIM, 3-SSIM, MS-SSIM and new stSSIM
MSU Perceptual Video Quality: Subjective video quality methods information
MSU Perceptual Video Quality Tool: FAQ
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