The Xantus video converter uses super computer video processing technology with image processing algorithms to create a fully programmable, reconfigurable and upgradable SDTV and HDTV conversion process
TeraNexvideo converter uses super computer video processing technology with image processing algorithms to create a fully programmable, reconfigurable and upgradable SDTV and HDTV conversion process. This product supports all digital and high definition formats, including the emerging 1080i 24fps video production standard. Its high bandwidth I/O supports conversion between the competing HDTV standards themselves. The additional I/O and processing throughput also supports compression pre and post processing at HD resolutions.
Xantus is capable of sustaining an I/O rate of 3.6 GB per second, over 20 times the data rate of the highest resolution HDTV signal (1080p60). The arithmetic scalability of the technology yields massive processing power (over 1 TeraOp per second), which enables TeraNex to implement PixelComp and FrameComp Motion Compensation.
PixelComp generates in inter-field motion vector for every pixel in the image, enabling precise de-interlacing on a pixel by pixel basis, preserving the full resolution of the input image.
FrameComp generates an inter-frame motion vector for every pixel in the image and then interpolates along the motion access, moving every pixel to the exact location it belongs at in the new output frame time. This enables precise frame rate conversion without double images or motion judder.
Xantus converters also implement an advanced 3:2 and 2:2 pulldown detection, which automatically detects the film frames even if the sequence is interrupted due to a poorly placed edit. This assures that the conversions are done on the exact film frames providing the highest quality conversions of film based material.
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