November 2009 | NTIA Technical Memo TM-10-464
Carolyn Ford; Mark A. McFarland; William J. Ingram; Scott Hanes; Margaret H. Pinson; Arthur A. Webster; Kelsey Anderson
Abstract: ITS is conducting a series of studies to quantify the effects of the separate audio and video compression qualities, and the differential delay in their synchronization, to the perceived aesthetic quality of a multimedia signal. The experiment described in this report was specifically designed to study the effects of the differential delay.
Keywords: subjective testing; audio delay; audio offset; differential delay; multimedia quality; audio-video synchronization
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Mark A. McFarland
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