Multimedia standards software

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration released software that measures the quality of digital video pictures. NTIA hopes the tools will be used as a standard for gauging the quality of output for computer and television monitors as well as hand-held devices. The American National Standards Institute has adopted these tools as a telecommunications standard.

"Use of this software ... will help government and other public entities procure quality video products," said NTIA Administrator Nancy Victory. Evaluation copies of the software can be obtained at


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