04.15.2009 11:54 AM
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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