Announcing Updates to Video Quality Metrics Course

Just a brief announcement that I’ve updated the course, Computing and Using Video Quality Metrics: A Course for Encoding Professionals, that teaches encoding professionals how to measure and apply metrics like VMAF, SSIMPLUS, MS SSIM, SSIM, and Apple’s AVQT. The updates include:

  • Lessons on computing and applying Apple’s AVQT metric.
  • A lesson on computing the weighted average bandwidth and quality impact of a new codec, which is much more accurate than using BD-Rate computations.
  • Updated lessons on how to compute VMAF with FFmpeg.
  • Updated lessons on the Moscow State University Video Quality Measurement Tool (VQMT) to incorporate updates from version 11 to version 13.

The course price, $99.95, stays the same. Click here for more information.

About Jan Ozer

I help companies train new technical hires in streaming media-related positions; I also help companies optimize their codec selections and encoding stacks, and evaluate new encoders and codecs.

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