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I searched around the internet for a ready implementation/library for estimating 2 images by PSNR and SSIM, but found no real implementations for either. Are there really none or am I maybe missing some well known/obvious implementation? I really can't afford spending the time making my own implementations. If anyone knows of any or has made any (preferrably with color support, not just b&w), let me know, ok (preferrably python, since it's convenient and accessible)?

Thank you.

edit: why was my question downvoted?

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  • $\begingroup$ PSNR takes about one line in Matlab. Programming it would have used less of your precious time than posting your question. SSIM is easy to find too. $\endgroup$ – Laurent Duval Apr 20 '17 at 21:12
  • $\begingroup$ Yes, and I didn't know that, as I haven't used matlab and thanks to this answer I now do. Finding it out manually would have taken me much more time. I recommend finding a real reason to dislike. $\endgroup$ – Thorra Apr 20 '17 at 21:42
  • $\begingroup$ The reason your question was down-voted (and why I downvoted you and closed your question) is because you express a complete lack of willingness to put any time into your own question. Please find some initiative and RTFM. You may, just, learn something. $\endgroup$ – Peter K. Apr 21 '17 at 12:30
  • $\begingroup$ I'm noticing a slight trend here - the higher the reputation number - the more conceited the individual. Honestly, it's a bit sad to see this kind of attitude still around in the 21st century, even if only in more obscure corners of the internet/society. And I did put in the effort - I spent a good 2 minutes typing out the question. Before that I spent a good 10 minutes searching for my sought answer with no luck, so for once I decided to consult people that do this every day and, as evidenced, don't mind to share this info. So, idk, get off your high horse and develop some empathy maybe? $\endgroup$ – Thorra Apr 21 '17 at 17:43
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MATLAB, specifically R2015a in my case, has built-in ssim(A,ref), psnr(A,ref), and immse(A,ref) functions inside image processing toolbox and they are available for use in command window for greyscale images. You can try it for each channel as a color extension. If you insist on python, you might consider converting the available MATLAB library function into a Python script, yet it might take a while as well.

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