04.15.2009 11:54 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Video Clarity adds audio measurement to ClearView analyzer

Video Clarity will demonstrate the addition of audio measurement capabilities to its ClearView video analysis tools at the NAB Show, April 20-23, in Las Vegas.

ClearView provides broadcasters and manufacturers with an in-depth, quantitative and qualitative analysis tool. In addition to adding audio measurements, Video Clarity has enhanced the device by adding the ability to play and record two HD A/V signals (YUV or RGB) and VANC; automatic alignment of audio and video separately; reporting of transmission delays and potential lip-sync issues; quantitative perceptual metrics, including DMOS and JND; and quantitative quality metrics, including v-PSNR and a-PSNR.

ClearView accepts up to eight channels of embedded or AES-EBU audio from HD/SD-SDI and receives video from various file formats, including MPEG-2 TS, AVI and QuickTime.

See Video Clarity at the NAB Show in Booth SU11321.

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