Private Codec Comparison
MSU Graphics & Media Lab (Video Group)
Private codec comparison is one of the most popular analysis type that we perform. It is comparative analysis of your encoder and other encoders &ndash you will know place of your encoder between other newest well-known encoders (compare encoding quality, speed, bitrate handling, etc.).
Due to fact that comparision is done on different codecs, presets and video sequences all the parameters could be customized.
|Encoding presets||We can analyze 1 &ndash 20 of your encoder presets.
There are two possible ways of presets selection:
|Competitive codecs||We could compare your codec almost with any codec.
There are three possible ways of codec-competitors addition:
|Test set of video sequences||We have representative test set of video sequences, but we can use your sequences.|
There are different editions of the comparison differing to each other of report volume, analysis depth, number of presets, ecnoders and sequences and scope of work. Three typical editions are:
- Light version &ndash the cheapest version without report and deep analysis
- Basic version &ndash version with report and analysis with low number of competitors and presets.
- Professional version &ndash version with report and deep analysis with many competitors and presets.
|Number of your codec presets||3||5||8|
|Number of competiors||x264 with presets from last public comparison only||3 codecs: x264, WebM (VP8), XviD with presets from last public comparison or 3 your competitors||5 codecs: x264, WebM (VP8), XviD or your competitors|
|Test sequences||4 test sequences from last H.264 comparison||8 test sequences from last H.264 comparison||8 test sequences from last H.264 comparison or your test sequences|
|Intermediate variants are also available!|
Another option is presets alignment by speed. It is always reasonable to compare prests with similar speed (or similar quality). We can select presets of competitors using our framework to align their speed with your presets' speed. Such alignment makes encoding quality comparison more fruitful.
If you have any questions or want to perform codec analysis as described here or any other please feel free to contact us:
MSU video codecs comparisons resources:
- Introduction to Video Codecs Comparison
- Lossless Video Codecs Comparison 2004 (October 2004)
- MPEG-4 SP/ASP Video Codecs Comparison (March 2005)
- JPEG 2000 Image Codecs Comparison (September 2005)
- First Annual MPEG-4 AVC/ H.264 Video Codecs Comparison (January 2005)
- Second Annual MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Video Codec Comparison (December 2005)
- Subjective Comparison of Modern Video Codecs (February 2006)
- MPEG-2 Video Decoders Comparison (May 2006)
- WMP and JPEG2000 Comparison (October 2006)
- Third Annual MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Comparison (December 2006) (All versions for free!)
- Lossless Video Codecs Comparison 2007 (March 2007)
- Fourth Annual MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Comparison (December 2007) (All versions for free!)
- Options Analysis of MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Codec x264 (December 2008)
- Fifth MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Comparison (May 2009) (All versions for free!)
- Sixth MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Comparison (May 2010)
- Seventh MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Comparison (May 2011)
- Eighth MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Comparison (May 2012)
- Ninth MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Comparison (Dec 2013)
- Tenth Video Codec Comparison (HEVC) (Oct 2015)
- Eleventh Video Codec Comparison (HEVC) (Aug 2016)
- Twelfth Video Codec Comparison (HEVC) (Aug 2017)
- Thirteen Video Codec Comparison (HEVC) (Aug 2018)
- Fourteen Video Codec Comparison (HEVC) (Sept 2019)
- Cloud Encoding Servoces Comparison 2019 (Dec 2019)
- Fifteen Video Codec Comparison (HEVC) (Dec 2020)
- Sixteen Video Codec Comparison (Dec 2021)
- Seventeen Video Codecs Comparisons
- Codec Analysis for Companies:
Server size: 8069 files, 1215Mb (Server statistics)
Project updated by
Server Team and MSU Video Group
Project sponsored by YUVsoft Corp.
Project supported by MSU Graphics & Media Lab