Stand 11.F61a, IBC 2012
VERITY is the first automated quality control software for file-based stereo video
Stereolabs, leading provider of Stereo3D solutions for the broadcast and movie industry, will officially release at IBC 2012 (booth 11.F61a) VERITY, its new 3D quality control software.
VERITY is a fully automated system for verifying file-based stereoscopic content prior to transmission or use. It performs extensive checks of video files against user-defined quality thresholds and provides log reports that outline geometric, color and depth error in the footage.
“Visual inspection alone is not sufficient to guarantee the quality of 3D content.” said Cecile Schmollgruber, President of Stereolabs. “VERITY automates the quality control process by analyzing stereo content frame by frame to detect any image mismatch or depth errors. Not only VERITY contributes to improving the overall quality of 3D content, it also considerably speeds up post-production and QC work by eliminating the long error search process.”
Performed tests in VERITY include alignment, scale and focus checks, depth tests, luminance, chrominance and gamut analysis. VERITY enable content providers, post-production houses and broadcasters to set and share objective and standardized metrics to qualify the quality of their content and ensure the content is ready for delivery.
STEREOLABS will demonstrate VERITY at BIRTV in Beijing, China from August 22-25, and during IBC12 in Amsterdam, from September 7-11, on booth 11.F61a.