08.09.2007 10:06 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Anchor Bay DVDO iScan VP50 delivers theater-like viewing

Anchor Bay has unveiled a free software upgrade for its DVDO iScan VP50 video processor that allows the system to produce a 1080p24 output for any SD or HD input, enabling an artifact-free, theater-like viewing experience. The new Film Technology feature is available as a software upgrade for the VP50 and is slated for integration into Anchor Bay's forthcoming ABT2010 video processing chip.

The v1.04 Film Technology software upgrade is available to Anchor Bay users as a free download on its Web site, using either a serial or USB connection from the PC to the VP50. With the upgrade, the VP50 video processor has the ability to take all SD and HD input signals and output them at 1080p24, 1920 x 1080 pixel frames displayed at 24fps.

For more information, visit http://www.anchorbaytech.com/products/systems/vp50.php.

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