A neat video analysis application that can be used by all those who want a thorough examination of their HEVC (H.265) video frames.
- Zond 265
- Version :3.7.1705.15
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Solveig Multimedia
Zond 265 Description
Zond 265 is a powerful and reliable video player and data analyzer, which enables you to observe any clip or movie each frame by frame. The tool is browser-based and is suitable for analyzing high-definition HEVC videos in a professional environment, plus identifying issues regarding bitstream compliance.
Select the video data display mode
Zond 265 features a reliable frame by frame navigation system, which allows you to view the afferent information for each image in real time. You can easily work with the frame order in the index, a display mode that allows you to select each item for individual analysis. Alternatively, you may switch to the decoding order frame display.
The program allows you to view the interlaced frames, as well as change the data regarding color modes, or determine the slice boundaries. You may enable the partition prediction screen, partition transformation, view the motion vectors and compression details. The program allows you to switch between manual and SEI-based HRD views.
Comprehensive video frame analysis
Zond 265 can automatically generate and display information regarding the videos’ bitstreams, frame statistics and frame attributes. You may easily identify irregularities or locate errors and easily repair them. Moreover, the application can generate and parse streams’ statistics.
The program uses color differentiation in order to mark the types of frames (I, B and P), select a frame for reference or facilitate the size histogram. The program can also create a visual presentation of fragments of distribution statistics and allows you to apply several types of video encoding.
Use HEVC specific tools
Zond 265 provides HEVC quotes for a multitude of syntax elements, which are revealed with one simple mouse click. The program can be operated from your default browser, but it prefers Google Chrome, for better compatibility and higher speed. It is suitable for video developers and video codec researchers since it can easily isolate, plus identify visual artifacts.