Comparison of different Source Connector settings and the influence on the output quality
When setting up source connectors, the storage and encoding settings have a heavy influence on the image quality.
This site will show you a comparison between different source formats, storage and encodings settings and how this will affect the image quality as well as the internal storage size. This comparison can be used for deciding which settings will fit your individual needs best.
Choose from the options below to determine the format, compression and quality of your source images.
Choose from the options below to determine the output settings.
Source Connector Settings
Storage Size: XY
The term peak signal-to-noise ratio (PSNR) is an expression for the ratio between the maximum possible value (power) of a signal and the power of distorting noise that affects the quality of its representation. Because many signals have a very wide dynamic range, (ratio between the largest and smallest possible values of a changeable quantity) the PSNR is usually expressed in terms of the logarithmic decibel scale.
Image enhancement or improving the visual quality of a digital image can be subjective. Saying that one method provides a better quality image could vary from person to person. For this reason, it is necessary to establish quantitative/empirical measures to compare the effects of image enhancement algorithms on image quality.
Using the same set of tests images, different image enhancement algorithms can be compared systematically to identify whether a particular algorithm produces better results. The metric under investigation is the peak-signal-to-noise ratio. If we can show that an algorithm or set of algorithms can enhance a degraded known image to more closely resemble the original, then we can more accurately conclude that it is a better algorithm.