EvalVid

EvalVid -- a framework for video transmission and quality evaluation. With EvalVid (This work has been partially supported by the German research funding agency ’Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft’ under the program “Adaptability in Heterogeneous Communication Networks with Wireless Access” (AKOM) ) we present a complete framework and tool-set for evaluation of the quality of video transmitted over a real or simulated communication network. Besides measuring QoS parameters of the underlying network, like loss rates, delays, and jitter, we support also a subjective video quality evaluation of the received video based on the frame-by-frame PSNR calculation. The tool-set has a modular construction, making it possible to exchange both the network and the codec. We present here its application for MPEG-4 as example. EvalVid is targeted for researchers who want to evaluate their network designs or setups in terms of user perceived video quality


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  1. Chen, Tsung Hung; Liu, Shyh Chang; Chen, Jyh-Haw: Adaptive receiver-driven approach in P2P live streaming networks (2010)
  2. Liu, Shyh Chang; Chen, Tsung Hung: Enabling adaptive live streaming in P2P multipath networks (2010) ioport
  3. Kang, Kyungtae; Cho, Yongwoo; Shin, Heonshik: A hybrid error recovery scheme for scalable video transmission over 3G cellular broadcast networks (2009) ioport
  4. Bellavista, Paolo; Corradi, Antonio; Foschini, Luca: Dynamic and context-aware streaming adaptation to smooth quality degradation due to IEEE 802.11 performance anomaly (2008) ioport
  5. Lie, Arne; Klaue, Jirka: Evalvid-RA: Trace driven simulation of rate adaptive MPEG-4 VBR video (2007) ioport
  6. Bouabdallah, Amine; Lacan, Jérôme: Dependency-aware unequal erasure protection codes (2006)
  7. Klaue, J.; Rathke, B.; Wolisz, A.: EvalVid -- a framework for video transmission and quality evaluation. (2003) ioport