If you work with imagery or video for smartphones, your product value will always be determined by the DxOMark score. But what is DxOMark, exactly?
With so many technological giants trying to make a mark when it comes to smartphone cameras, the consumer needs a third party estimation to point out the best product. Therefore, DxOMark was established in 2008 as an independent benchmark that scientifically assesses image quality of smartphones, lenses and cameras.
What Is DxOMark? – A Scientific Test Method
The use of an objective and scientific approach to image quality testing and perceptual analysis makes DxOMark the number one authority according to both tech press and product developers. This scientific protocol, using industry-grade lab tools, creates a DxOMark score. If the score is high, the image or video quality is good.
A new smartphone camera that receives a bad DxOMark score will unlikely land a good review in your favourite tech magazine. When determining the video sub-score for mobile video, DxOMark examines the following criterias:
- Texture and noise
Vidhance keeps getting top DxOMark score
Imint’s video stabilization software Vidhance, that is implemented in several smartphone manufacturers models, have repeatedly been rewarded with high DxOMark scores. The most recent collaboration with ASUS on the ZenFone 6 generated stunning results – the front camera landed a total camera score of 98, and the specific score for video quality was 93, putting them in the premier league of smartphones for videography.
Vidhance is currently holding the highest DxOMark testing score in the Video Stabilization category. But we are not satisfied, Imint keeps pushing the boundaries of video experience.
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