04.05.2007 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Anchor Bay Technologies to show DVDO iScan VP50

At NAB2007, Anchor Bay Technologies will feature its DVDO iScan VP50, a system-level HD video processor and A/V hub that converts SD, HD (including 1080p) and PC signals from DVD players, HD-DVD players, Blu-ray players, HD DVRs, game consoles and PCs to any output resolution between VGA and 1080p.

The VP50 features all of the processing power of Anchor Bay's Video Reference Series (VRS) technologies.

The company will also showcase several new products as part of its range of advanced video processing solutions at NAB2007.

New products and technologies to be shown include:

  • HD precision de-interlacing, providing five-field motion-adaptive and edge-adaptive processing of SD and HD content for an artifact-free viewing experience;
  • Precision Video Scaling II, which independently scales an image horizontally and vertically up to 1080p;
  • Precision mosquito noise reduction (MNR), which addresses the small random specks that appear around objects in a compressed digital signal;
  • Picture enhancement, which increases fine detail or reduces noise for overly enhanced images, as well as edge enhancement to sharpen edges or to reduce overly enhanced edges.

See Anchor Bay Technologies in NAB booth C7847 or visit www.anchorbaytech.com.

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