Video Clarity Announces SaaS Versions of ClearView and RTM Posted: 14/04/2017
Video Clarity Announces SaaS Versions of ClearView and RTM
Video Clarity Inc., provider of market-leading audio and video quality measurement and analysis systems, today announced ClearView 8.5, the newest version of software for its ClearView video quality analyzers. With version 8.5 come two new software-as-a-service (SaaS) offerings for broadcasters and content owners that deliver video through the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) platform. Video Clarity's ClearView video quality analyzer and RTM real-time monitor are now available as an addition to AWS EC2 cloud subscription services, giving subscribers in broadcast, IPTV, and any other content-delivery scenarios licensable SaaS versions of the most accurate video quality-measurement tools on the market today.
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Video Clarity IBC Product Preview Posted: 08/07/2014
Video Clarity IBC Product Preview

MOVIE for ClearView Video Quality Analyzers

Visitors to Video Clarity's booth at IBC2014 will experience MOVIE (Motion-based Video Integrity Evaluation), a new perceptual test method for the ClearView line of video quality analyzers.  MOVIE is the new gold standard for measuring video quality, a full-reference test delivering results that are closer than ever to human perceptions of video quality. Broadcast operators and manufacturers of consumer electronics and broadcast transmission equipment rely on ClearView analyzers to ensure the best viewing experience, operate more efficiently, meet SLAs, and stay in compliance. ClearView uses several proven 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 MOVIE to the mix gives users the highest correlation to human subjective quality available in an automated measurement system. 
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