Quality of experience monitoring firm, Witbe, has unveils VQ-ID, its latest video quality algorithm that alerts users in real-time of any video and audio incident.
Witbe Video Quality Incident Detection (VQ-ID) focuses on detecting severe deterioration events, such as macro blocking, video upscaling, frozen images or uniform screens, error or no broadcast frames, and even saturated audio or absence of sound.
Witbe VQ-ID also computes the amount of time a video was “clean”, and the minutes where it detected major video and audio degradations, to give marketing teams and managers high-level KPIs.
“Our R&D team has been working hard on this algorithm for the past couple of years. Our customers will now be even better equipped to deliver the best quality of experience to their end-users,” said Marie-Véronique Lacaze, co-founder, president and CEO of Witbe.
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