A video streaming quality assessment scheme based on packet level measurement According to the popularity of variant video streaming applications over the Internet, video streamquality assessment is essential for video service providers in order to measure quality of service for such applications. There are many packet level parameters such as packet loss and jitter which can affect video stream quality. Consequently, measurement of these factors can be used for quality assessment of video streams. The main goal of this paper is assess and estimate the end-user perception of video streams quality at the receiver end through passive measurement evaluation. In the proposed scheme the video stream quality is evaluated by combination of application aware and network level metrics such as motion intensity and packet loss effect. Metrics are extracted from videostream packets’ content. The experimental evaluations show the efficiency of the proposed scheme to estimate the video stream quality.