Determining what quality you're working with is critical to get a better idea of the processing results you can expect.

The first sign to look out for is a 'low quality' label. You may not get the results you're hoping for if this happens.

GIF demonstrating where to find the video quality label on Pixop.


For a more in-depth view, Pixop automatically generates a detailed quality report once your footage has been uploaded. It does this by taking a hundred full frames from the video and evaluating three metrics: noise, details and colors. The higher your video scores, the better!

All you have to do is click on your video to view it πŸ‘‡

GIF demonstrating where to find the quality analysis on Pixop.

Here's what the three metrics mean:

Noise: The amount of Gaussian noise on average in those frames

Details: The number of luminance details due to texture, edges, etc.

Colors: The number of color details due to texture, edges, etc.

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P.S. If you run into difficulties or have any questions, please reach out to us here or at help@pixop.com β€” happy to help πŸ€“

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