videoQC Viewing Modes

videoqc logo 3smallVisual viewing and comparison modes in videoQC.  Seamless split, dissolve, 3D modes and more.  These viewing modes are also available in MediaNXS, DrasticDDR and DrasticPreview Pro.

 

videoQC viewing modes

videoQC includes a full reference analysis and and viewing system.  Two files can be loaded into the comparison dialog, and they can be played back together in a variety of ways, as well as having PSNR, SSIM and MS-SSIM comparisons charted between them.  Below are the available visual comparison modes.

A Minus B With threshold
Anaglyph Amber-Blue
Anaglyph Green-Magenta
Anaglyph Red-Blue
Anaglyph Red-Cyan
Boxes With Size
Checkerboard 3D
Difference With Threshold Modifier
Dissolve With Mix
Grid (Available In All Modes)
Interlaced Eyes
Mirror
Onion Skin
Over Under
Seamless Split Horizontal (Adjustable)
Seamless Split Vertical (Adjustable)
Side By Side - Same Side
Side By Side - Full Picture
Side By Side
Wipe - Barn Doors Horizontal
Wipe - Barn Doors Vertical
Wipe - Bottom Center
Wipe - Box
Wipe - Dissolve
Wipe - Four Corners
WIpe - Four Square
Wipe - Horizontal
Wipe - Left Center
Wipe - Lower Left
Wipe - Lower Right
Wipe - Right Center
Wipe - Slide Down
Wipe - Slide Left
Wipe - Slide Right
Wipe - Slide Up
Wipe - Top Center
Wipe - Upper Left
Wipe - Upper Right
Wipe - Vertical

 

Left Eye Only:
This shows only the left, or the compressed, video signal.
Right Eye Only:
This shows only the right, or original, video signal.
Anaglyph Red-Blue:
For 3D glasses.
Anaglyph Red-Cyan:
For 3D glasses.
Anaglyph Amber-Blue:
For 3D glasses.
Anaglyph Green-Magenta:
For 3D glasses.
Interlaced Eyes:
Show both signals on alternate lines, good for some 3D monitors.
Onion Skin:
Show 50% of each signal.
Difference with Threshold Multiplier:
Subtract the each pixel to show 50% gray when they are the same, and bright/dark where different. Threshold can be set by the threshold slider.
Over Under:
Show the compressed video and original scaled vertically.
Side by Side:
Show the compressed video and original scaled horizontally.
Seamless Split – Vertical:
Show one half of the compressed and the other half of the original video.
Seamless Split – Horizontal:
Show one half of the compressed and the other half of the original video.
Side By Side – Full Picture:
Show both compressed and original video full image scaled to fit.
Side By Side – Same Side:
Show the same side of the compressed and original signal, movable.
Mirror:
Mirror the compressed and original so they meet in the middle (vert or horiz)
A-B with Threshold:
Subtract the two videos and show only the differences within a threshold.
Dissolve with Mix:
Dissolve back and forth between the compressed and original video.
Checkerboard 3D:
Show every other pixel from each video, useful for some 3D displays.
Boxes Sized by Mix:
Create sizable, interleaving boxes with both videos.
Wipe with Mix Settings
The wipes provide less common ways of showing both video signals that may be useful under special circumstances.
Dissolve Wipe:
Dissolve between the two video signals depending on the mix slider.
Horizontal Wipe:
Horizontal wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Vertical Wipe:
Vertical wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Upper Left Wipe:
Upper left wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Upper Right Wipe:
Upper right wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Lower Right Wipe:
Lower right wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Lower Left Wipe:
Lower left wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Four Corners Wipe:
Four corners wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Four Square Wipe:
Center square wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Barn Doors Vertical Wipe:
Barn doors vertical wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Barn Door Horizontal Wipe:
Barn doors horizontal wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Top Center Wipe:
Top center wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Right Center Wipe:
Right center wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Bottom Center Wipe:
Bottom center wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Left Center Wipe:
Left center wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Box Wipe:
Box wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Slide Up Wipe:
Slide up wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Slip Left Wipe:
Slide left wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Slide Down Wipe:
Slide down wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.
Slide Right Wipe:
Slide right wipe between the two video sources based on the mix slider position.

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