...using formal assessment methods.
my favorite method to compare two (or more) videos, and have overlay for both, uses Avisynth:a = AVISource("source1.avi") # or DirectShowSourceb = AVISource("source2.avi") v = StackVertical(a,b)return v
LoadPlugin("D:\Program Files\Gordian Knot\SimpleResize.dll")a = DirectShowSource("G:\testvideo1.rmvb", fps=24)b = DirectShowSource("G:\testvideo2.rmvb", fps=24)a = SimpleResize(a, 720, 368) b = SimpleResize(b, 720, 368)v = StackVertical(a,b)v = trim(v, 1000, 1500)return v
I don't see why this is an issue with RV10 only (someone else has reported this too).
I apologize for not having tried the Video Quality Studio, so I don't really know what the original problem is. QuoteI don't see why this is an issue with RV10 only (someone else has reported this too).Exactly what is the problem with RV10 in VQS?One has to realize that the DirectShowSource method in Avisynth is problematic, since RM files can have variable framerate.
Now, people are reporting that the colors are distorted in some cases in the second clip and I have the feeling someone else reported it only happens with RV10 but I can't find where that was posted right now, so I might be wrong.