MSU Drop Frames Metric (DFM)
- Project, Ideas: Dr. Dmitriy Vatolin
- Implementation: Alexey Noskov
- Updating and additions: Sergey Grishin
DFM is made to calculate number of drop-frames in sequence.
[!] — Known bug
[+] — New Feature
[*] — Other
[*] Visualization bug fixed for non-stadard resolution video
[+] First plugin release
Metric’s visualization difference of Y-planes between two consecutive frames + 128. So, grey color (128, 128, 128) means that brigtness of a pixel is the same as at the previous frame.
Metric’s plot is making after all measurements. “Zero” value means that current frame exist, “one” - that it is dropped. The resulting metric’s value is number of drop-frames.
For each frame difference with the previous one is calculating. Metric’s value is 1 if frames are identical, 0 otherwise.
- Metric’s sources for VS 2013
- MSU Video Quality Measurement Tool
- License text for sources and binary files (LGPL)
MSU Benchmark Collection
- MSU Super-Resolution for Video Compression Benchmark 2022
- MSU Video Quality Metrics Benchmark 2022
- MSU Video Upscalers Benchmark 2022
- MSU Video Alignment and Retrieval Benchmark
- MSU Mobile Video Codecs Benchmark 2021
- MSU Video Super-Resolution Benchmark
- MSU Shot Boundary Detection Benchmark 2020
- MSU Deinterlacer Benchmark
- The VideoMatting Project
- Video Completion
- Codecs Comparisons & Optimization
- Video Quality Measurement Tool 3D
MSU Datasets Collection
- Video Filters