Cutting Edge of Video Upscale and Optimization
Cutting edge of video upscale and optimization tool that upscale your videos HD to 4K or SD to HD and delivers smallest videos compared to the most optimal in the industry.
Upscale Your Videos for Big Screens
Video is rapidly growing as a preferred medium for communication and disseminating information. With the increase in size of screens, consumer now able to discern to difference between upper definition video and lower definition video. To show your professional and user-generated videos on high-quality screens, you will upscale your videos HD to 4K and SD to HD easily.

Crunch use Super Resolution method i.e. increase resolution of a video. To upsize each frame, information from this very frame and from a few neighbor frames is effectively used. It can upscale digital videos to desired resolution with superb quality be it 480p to 720p, 720p to 1080p, 1080p to 2160p or different resolution.
Our Solution
Super-resolution is a term for a set of methods of upscaling videos. Terms such as upscale also describe increase of resolution in video. Most super-resolution techniques are based on the same idea: using information from several different frame to create one upsized frame. Algorithms try to extract details from every image in a sequence to reconstruct other frames. This multiframe approach differs significantly from sophisticated image (single frame) upsizing methods which try to synthesize artificial details.

Crunch increase resolution of your video with motion-search-based Super Resolution method, where each frame is upsized using information from a few neighbor frames to extract maximum details for outstanding results. Now you can convert low resolution videos to high definition (HD) or HD to 4K!
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The Ultimate in Video Optimization
A new class of video tools for modern-day mobile, web & TV applications
Reducing Size Without Changing Quality
Video is rapidly growing as a preferred medium for communication and disseminating information. With the increase in pixel density on modern-day devices, consumers are now able to discern the difference between high definition video and standard definition even on smaller screens.

Modern day cameras allow us to shoot 1080p and 4K videos only to be de-rated to 360p or 540p by popular services. At Crunch, we’re on a mission reduce the size of high definition videos without changing the quality and making them accessible to everyone.
Solution
Crunch has developed a new class of video optimization tools that delivers up to 70% reduction in video bitstream at the same perceptible quality.

Unique in its ability to achieve optimization above the most compressed video streams produced by Netflix, YouTube, Amazon and iTunes. Crunch is optimizing video files and streams without changing its codecs. It works by modifying parameters of a standard encoder using a patented recipe that exploits 6 different aspects of video optimization. Crunch works for video on demand, live and VR use cases.

Benchmarks
A diverse set of user generated videos with were chosen to compare Crunch videos with popular services like Face- book Messenger, WhatsApp, iMessage and Google Photos. Crunch was compared with the highest resolution supported by these popular services. SSIM was used as a quality measurement tool. All the results were normalized to 0.94 to 0.96 on the SSIM metric. The percentages on top of each bar indicates the additional data required to achieve the same SSIM quality as that of Crunch videos. The numbers within the bars depict the actual sizes.


We also compared Crunch videos with professional content like Netflix, iTunes, and YouTube. Comparisons were made using 1080p videos at 24 and 30 frames per second respectively with an SSIM score in the range of 0.96 to 0.97.




We also compared Crunch videos with professional content like Netflix, iTunes, and YouTube. Comparisons were made using 1080p videos at 24 and 30 frames per second respectively with an SSIM score in the range of 0.96 to 0.97.