Comprehensive detailed analysis of numerous video parameters



Supporting most popular and in-demand video formats and 5 video quality metrics

Basic and full versions

Basic and full versions

Choose video quality test tool or developers version



Command Line Interface for efficient laboratory routines

Key Features

Saving analytical data available via StreamEye into a text file in CSV format with a few lines of commands

Analysis from stream structure down to macroblock/coding tree unit/superblock

Calculation of video quality metrics (PSNR, MSAD, MSE, SSIM, VMAF)

AV1 support*
upon request

Side-by-side comparison of two or more video streams

Automation, batch execution via Command line interface

Standard compliance verification

Display and saving of stream summary and picture information.

Display of decoded, predicted, and unfiltered frame data (YUV or single component).

Display of residual, transform, and dequantized coefficients.

Saving of decoded, predicted, unfiltered and residual information.

Display of Macroblock (MPEG-1/2, AVC) / Coding Tree Unit (HEVC) / Super Block (VP9) data: location, slice index, tile index, sizes, coded, prediction, transform unit info.

Navigation via chart bar.

Navigation via thumbnails or area chart.

Stream navigation and display in I, P, B, IP and Key Frames modes.

Stream viewer – file content (header level) presentation in text mode.

Hex viewer.

Command line tool.

Display of bitstream headers with offsets and bit size indication (as in the Standard documentation) for all standards.

Visualization of slice and tile boundaries, partition, motion vectors, types, bit sizes, quantizers.

Display of bit distribution inside video stream. Ability to choose bitstream elements to display.

Display of reference frames.

Display of Decoded Picture Buffer (DBP) information.

Analysis and display of the Decoder Video Buffer parameters.

Viewing of reference raw data.

Visual comparison with reference raw data (Temperature, Subtraction, Compare, Block PSNR modes).

EPSNP calculation.

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StreamEye Basic

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Software and Hardware specifications

Supported video formats

  • MPEG 1/2 Video stream
  • AVC/H.264 Video stream
  • HEVC/H.265 Video stream
  • VP9 Video stream

Supported media containers

  • MPEG-2 Transport Stream
  • MPEG-2 Program Stream
  • MP4 file container
  • MKV file container
  • AVI file container
  • IVF container (for VP9 video)

System Requirements

  • Hardware requirements : 
  • •  4 GB RAM for video resolution below HD

    •  8 GB RAM for HD video (or higher)

  • Software requirements: 
  • •  32-bit Windows® operating system for SD video

    •  64-bit Windows® operating system HD video (or higher)

    •  Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks and later

Video Tutorials

Learn more about StreamEye interface and functionality

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StreamEye Basic





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