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Is it wrong if PSNR is coming IN range of 128 - 170

Asked by ankita
on 3 May 2013
Latest activity Answered by sathya ram
on 19 Feb 2015

PSNR value coming above 100 I m not sure, if it is fine or something is wrong with the code

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Answer by Iman Ansari
on 3 May 2013

Hi. It's not wrong, but it's unusual:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PSNR

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Answer by Youssef Khmou
on 3 May 2013

hi, generally speaking, very similar signals must give the PSNR a value around 50-60dB, your case is correct, but you need a benchmark of similar case so as to see if your result is reasonable, imagine PSNR between a signal and itself is Infinity....

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Answer by sathya ram
on 19 Feb 2015

i have psnr ratio above hundred if its wrong or not

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Answer by sathya ram
on 19 Feb 2015

hi sir this is my psnr value 3e+09 it is right or wrong

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