June 26, 2018 (7am PST)
When it comes to online video, there are few issues more annoying to viewers than poor visual quality. A bad visual experience can significantly impact the user’s Quality of Experience (QoE). But what makes one video look better? How can you preserve the visual acuity of source content after transcoding? And, more importantly, how can you measure when that visual quality has degraded? In this panel, you’ll learn from leading experts on visual quality about the nuances of mitigating degradation during transcoding and how to implement measurement techniques to continually monitor the perceived quality of online video.
- Thierry Faultier (Harmonic)
- Dror Gill (Beamr)
- Dr. Abdul Rehman (SSIMWAVE)
- Charlie Dunn (Tektronix)
This topic was moderated by Jason Thibeault, the Executive Director of the Streaming Video Alliance. You can follow Jason on Twitter @_jasonthibeault.
About the Streaming Video Alliance
The Streaming Video Alliance is a global consortium of companies dedicated to helping shape the future of streaming video through the publication of best practices, guidelines, specifications, and requirements. The Alliance is the only streaming video industry forum representing a true cross-section of the value chain. Service providers, network operators, content owners, and technology providers are all collaborating together to build a future where streaming video is “broadcast quality.”