VXP® Video Processing Overview

VXP® brings video quality to a new level by offering a complete package of the world’s highest quality video processing algorithms for deinterlacing, scaling, image enhancement, and frame rate conversion.

HDTVs vary in their ability to cleanly display standard-definition content, such as DVDs and most television shows. This is due to the different video processing solutions used to upscale the content to fill the screen. With viewing of on-line low-resolution content becoming popular, the capabilities of these alternative video processing solutions are stretched even further. VXP® video processing can bring a high-definition experience to standard-definition content and make viewing of on-line content more enjoyable.

High-definition content can also be improved with high quality video processing. Just because a source is in high-definition doesn't mean that it will offer the best possible picture. Although the content may be high-definition, it may still contain artifacts and reduced picture quality that can distract the viewer. VXP® video processing ensures a consistent, more enjoyable viewing experience.

3D Noise Reduction

3D and 2D noise reduction which adaptively applies both temporal and spatial noise reduction, producing the clearest picture while maintaining fine image details

Block Artifact Reduction

Block artifact reduction identifies block artifacts introduced by source compression, adaptively smoothing the block boundaries

Mosquito Noise Reduction

Mosquito noise reduction recognizes object edges and removes mosquito noise to produce crisp, clear images

Motion and Edge Adaptive Deinterlacing

Motion and edge adaptive deinterlacing which includes directional interpolation to eliminate jaggy artifacts

Detail Enhancement

Detail enhancement seeks out underlying image detail bringing unprecedented texture, sharpness, and clarity to images

Adaptive Contrast Enhancement

Adaptive contrast enhancement analyzes the brightness level of each frame, producing stunning images with optimal contrast

Adaptive Film Cadence Detection

Robust film cadence detection for interlaced and progressive sources providing fast 3:2/2:2 lock time, bad edit recovery, and support for extended film cadences