If you reduce the noise (for example) in a video you can trust that the result is better than the source but it would be better to see the facts. I found a tool called Kinovea that can compare to videos but
with completely different objectives, which is also shown by the fact that only a visual comparison in very small windows is offered.Kinovea is a video player for sport analysis. It provides a set of tools to capture, slow down, study, compare, annotate and measure technical performances.
after that I get the hint to that tool but looks like I am to stupid (or not deep enough in the technical aspects of the video technology) for that tool. The only answers in two hours with the free version was again and again some incomprehensible error messages
any better solution?
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If you reduce the noise (for example) in a video you can trust that the result is better than the source …..
Are you a bit familiar with avisynth?
I usually compare 2 clips (of same resolution) using an avisynth script like
v1=yoursourcefilter_for_clip1 v2=yoursourcefilter_for_clip2 out1=Interleave(v1.Subtitle("V1",align=5,size=48),v2.Subtitle("V2",align=5,size=48)) out2=stackhorizontal(v1,v2) return out1 #for interleaved viewing #return out2 #for side-by-side viewing