PerceptFX optimizes the video experience for the reality of human perception and offers a set of tools to help content publishers improve their customers’ viewing experiences and reduce costs for content delivery and storage.

PerceptFX provides:

  • Pre-processor which pro-actively filters out parts of visual content that the human eye cannot see under certain viewing conditions. The removal of unnecessary visual information delivers equivalent perceived quality while reducing bit rates, resulting in up to 60% bandwidth savings for Ultra-HD content
  • The pre-processor works with existing encoding workflows and infrastructures to improve the efficiency of video encoding. This helps meet tighter bandwidth constraints and offers more effective video delivery to a wide range of devices—televisions, mobile devices, and personal computers.
  • Artifact removal allows content publishers and post-production companies to improve the quality of video in any format, for any medium
  • Benefits include increased revenue for OTT publishers and Pay TV providers, decreased distribution and storage costs for all content publishers, higher quality video streaming on any device type, and greater QoE for video viewers.

PerceptFX Tools

  • Perceptual Pre-Processor

    Increases effectiveness of video encoding and transcoding workflows.

  • Perceptual Video Quality Analysis

    Leverages environmental factors which impact viewer’s perception of video quality for a more accurate measure of perceived quality.

  • Artifact Removal Toolkit

    Minimizes several common types of video coding and conversion artifacts and provides high-accuracy conversion of video content.


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