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  1. Hello dear friends,

    Could I ask, what program does know psnr hvs-m for comparison 2 same videos with different setting? I have found MSU VQMT Free 13.1. This page https://github.com/Rolinh/VQMT says the program it should know psnr hvs-m. But i can not find it in this program.

    could you help me please with this?
    thank you
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  2. any idea please?
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  3. About FFmpeg there's a nice GUI for your purpose:

    https://github.com/fifonik/FFMetrics
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    In AviSynth you can give a try with Compare(), SSIM and VqmCalc.
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  5. Thank you.
    FFmpeg with the GUI i have tried already. But there is not the psnr hvs-m. Only psnr.

    psnr hvs-m is different method. I could read, this method is based on human-eye perception.

    AviSynth does not provide the psnr hvs-m too.
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  6. If I have the same video content encoded in two or more files, I would like to use a utility that provides a report comparing the different aspects of quality (e.g., video resolution, video bitrate, audio sampling rate, audio bitrate, etc.), and then an overall score that takes all of these factors into account.
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  7. Originally Posted by Divok View Post
    Thank you.
    FFmpeg with the GUI i have tried already. But there is not the psnr hvs-m. Only psnr.

    psnr hvs-m is different method. I could read, this method is based on human-eye perception.

    AviSynth does not provide the psnr hvs-m too.
    There are some open source implementations for psnr hvs-m https://pypi.org/project/psnr-hvsm/ or https://github.com/t2ac32/PSNR-HVS-M-for-python so you can try to use those.
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