Double-click on the ClearView icon on the desktop. This shortcut launches a program, which resides in Program FilesVideo ClarityClearView . By default
- C: is Windows XP Professional 32-bit
- D: is Windows XP Professional 64-bit.
If ClearView has more than 4GB of RAM installed, then both a C: and D: drive will be available. The choice of which one to use is made during boot time.
The GUI screen consists of a number of panes dedicated to specific functions. In the GUI these panes appear generally in the order of use during a typical video quality analysis session.
You have several options when starting to use ClearView .
If you do not have a video sequences loaded, then you must load one or more:
- You can import a file.
- You can capture/record from hardware I/O:
- Broadcast I/O channel
Now you can
- You can play 1 video sequence at any rate, change the color parameters, etc.
- You can compare 2 video sequences to visually inspect differences.
- You can run the objective metrics on 1 or 2 video sequences
The following four figures outline the general steps to do each of the above actions. Each box in the figures is thoroughly described by hyperlinking on any box to review the actions needed unless the box is rounded, which contains information. For your convenience the boxes are also listed on the right. Overview takes you back to this page.
|Import a File
||Record from Input
||Play 2 Video Sequences
|Play a Video Sequence|