MPEG-2 Video Validation

MPEG-2 Video Validation

MPEG-2 Video Validation Module provides validation of MPEG-2 video elementary streams, according to the ISO/IEC 13818-2 standard. The MPEG-2 video validation process examines and validates the internal streams structures and detects streams video frames decoding errors. The MPEG-2 video validation module can also detect changes in the common stream parameters. Additionally there is a set of Informational Reports, which deliver more detailed information about the file being examined, such as the video stream parameters, decoded frames count, etc. .

Each MPEG-2 video check can be disabled or enabled or set to another report type, such as Info, Warning or Error. The solution can be applied in wide variety of workflows and with many container format deviations due to its flexibility and customization ability. The validation report output can be exported into XML report file, containing the full report information in standard XML format. This allows easy integration of the solution with any digital media workflow and further processing of the report information with any third party systems.

The MPEG-2 video validation process is faster than the real-time decoding process of the media file, thus enabling fast processing of big number of local or remote files.

The MPEG-2 Video Validation Module is available in the following products:

General Features

The following list contains some of the MPEG-2 video validation check groups used in the verification process:

  • Corrupted MPEG-2 video frames;
  • Sequence Header values check;
  • Sequence Extension values check;
  • Picture Header values check;
  • Picture Extension values check;
  • Frames slices count check;
  • GOP frame structure check.

The following list contains some of the information fields, which are displayed by this MPEG-2 video validation module:

  • Initial stream parameters information;
  • Decoded video frames count;
  • GOPs count;
  • Stream ID in multiplex;
  • Program ID in multiplex.

The following formats and parameters are supported by this MPEG-2 video validation module:

  • MPEG-2 (ISO/IEC 13818-2), MPEG-1 (ISO/IEC 11172-2) and ATSC streams;
  • Profiles: Simple, Main, High, 422 and Multi-View;
  • Levels: Low, Main, High 1440 and High;
  • Chroma Formats: 4:2:0 and 4:2:2;
  • Bitrate: Up to 300 Mbps;
  • MPEG-1;
  • MPEG-1 VideoCD;
  • MPEG-1 DVD;
  • MPEG-2;
  • MPEG-2 SVCD;
  • MPEG-2 DVD;
  • MPEG-2 DVB;
  • MPEG-2 MicroMV;
  • MPEG-1/2 DVHS;
  • Cablelabs MPEG-2;
  • MPEG-2 HD DVD;
  • MPEG-2 HDV HD1;
  • MPEG-2 HDV HD2;
  • BluRay Disk;
  • MPEG-2 ATSC;
  • MPEG D10-25;
  • MPEG D10-30;
  • MPEG D10-40;
  • MPEG D10-50;
  • XDCAM IMX;
  • XDCAM IMX MPEG-2 4:2:2P @ ML (25 MBit);
  • XDCAM IMX MPEG-2 4:2:2P @ ML (30 MBit);
  • XDCAM IMX MPEG-2 4:2:2P @ ML (40 MBit);
  • XDCAM IMX MPEG-2 4:2:2P @ ML (50 MBit);
  • XDCAM HD;
  • XDCAM HD MP@H-14 4:2:0 1440×1080 (25 Mbit CBR);
  • XDCAM HD MP@HL 4:2:0 1440×1080 (17.5 Mbit VBR);
  • XDCAM HD MP@HL 4:2:0 1440×1080 (17.5 Mbit VBR);
  • XDCAM HD MP@HL 4:2:0 1440×1080 (35 Mbit VBR);
  • XDCAM HD MP@H-14 4:2:0 1440×540 (12.5 Mbit CBR);
  • XDCAM HD MP@HL 4:2:0 1440×540 (8.75 Mbit VBR);
  • XDCAM HD MP@HL 4:2:0 1440×540 (17.5 Mbit VBR);
  • XDCAM HD MP@HL 4:2:0 1280×720 (35 Mbit VBR);
  • XDCAM HD 422P@HL 4:2:2 1920×1080 (50 Mbit CBR);
  • XDCAM HD 422P@HL 4:2:2 1280×720 (50 Mbit CBR);
  • XDCAM EX;
  • XDCAM EX MP@HL 4:2:0 1920×1080 (35 Mbit VBR);
  • XDCAM EX MP@H-14 4:2:0 1440×1080 (25 Mbit CBR);
  • XDCAM EX MP@HL 4:2:0 1280×720 (35 Mbit VBR).
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