1     Scope        
        1.1     Application   
        1.2     Model usage
        1.3     Limitations   
 2     References             
        2.1     Normative references            
        2.2     Informative references          
 3     Definitions
        3.1     Terms defined elsewhere      
        3.2     Terms defined in this Recommendation          
 4     Abbreviations and acronyms           
 5     Conventions           
 6     Description of the full reference measurement method        
 7     Findings of the Video Quality Experts Group (VQEG)
Annex A – NTT full reference method    
        A.1     Introduction 
        A.2     Model overview        
        A.3     Video alignment module       
        A.4     Temporal/spatial feature amount derivation module  
        A.5     Subjective video quality estimation module    
Annex B – Description of OPTICOM's video quality measure PEVQ    
        B.1     Description of the OPTICOM model PEVQ      
Annex C – Psytechnics full reference method    
        C.1     Scope           
        C.2     Introduction 
        C.3     Overview of the Psytechnics full reference video model          
        C.4     Video registration     
        C.5     Detection of perceptual features       
        C.6     Kernel for the contrast sensitivity function      
Annex D – Yonsei University full reference method    
        D.1     Introduction 
        D.2     Full reference model based on edge degradation       
        D.3     Conclusions 
Appendix I – Excerpts from the synopsis from the Video Quality Experts Group on the validation of objective models of multimedia quality assessment, phase I    
        I.1               Introduction      
        I.2               Model performance evaluation techniques         
        I.3               FR model performance 
        I.4               Data analysis executed by ILG    
Appendix II – Equations for model evaluation metrics