Video quality

Perceived video quality measurement is essential for broadcasters, video equipment manufacturers and content providers who need to monitor broadcasting or to determine optimal parameters (like bitrate) to reach a given quality level. It is also irreplaceable to select the best video equipment (like video encoders) among different manufacturers or firmwares. At last, it enables R&D to take the good decisions to improve video quality.


AccepTV is a leading provider of perceived video quality measurement technologies.

We propose a unique offer: a full range of perceived video quality metrics for different applications.

We have developed and we offer these types of metrics: You can evaluate our metrics using our software products. For free.

Our no-reference video and audio quality metrics can also be integrated in third-party applications thanks to our Video Quality Measurement SDK.

And our Transport Stream Monitoring SDK enables third-party software to detect TR 101 290 errors on Transport Streams.


AccepTV commercialises software applications integrating its perceived video quality measurement technologies:

At last, we propose:

You can also compare our main products thanks to this table.


AccepTV also proposes services related to video and audio quality measurement.

These services consist in consulting (studies) and software engineering.

We also offer a cloud-based solution to monitor OTT services (Over-The-Top): OTT Monitor.

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Video Quality Analyzer (VQA)

Benchmark equipment, find optimal bitrates
- Benchmark encoders
- Determine the optimal encoding parameters
- Compare several videos
- Monitor a file-based encoding process (VOD), etc.
- Automatic encoding of audio video files by defining quality
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