First is to test the effectiveness of frame rate
with the size (line thickness) expression.
Toshiba will also provide an interlace-progressive conversion program that enables users to offer high quality progressive video with low image deterioration, without changing the frame rate
This US patent, and its issued counterparts in the European Union, Korea, Australia, China and Canada, covers an "asynchronous" process for facilitating increased frame rates
for high-resolution imaging.
Interestingly, he suggests that a higher frame rate
at a lower resolution can yield better results than a 1080p @ 30 fps target.
At the same time however, frame rate
is just one of the many parameters that contribute to achieving the best possible image quality on the cinema screen.
LAS VEGAS -- Digital Cinema Initiatives, LLC (DCI), announced today that it is currently reviewing the development of voluntary guidelines or specifications related to the distribution of motion pictures in stereoscopic 3D at frame rates
above the current 24 frames per second per eye.
By reducing the horsepower dedicated to Kinect, Microsoft might be able to realize frame rate
improvements immediately after the system is patched.
It includes hardware-based motion-JPEG compression and decompression for video capture and playback (from stored files on a user's hard disk) at full frame rate
The HV20 HD Camcorder also features microphone and headphone input terminals with manual level control for professional quality audio recording and a 24p Cinema Mode - found previously only on professional video equipment - that offers the frame rate
of motion pictures and imparts a film-like look to the video.
It converts video signals from up to four analog cameras into full frame rate
, de-interlaced digital video that can be viewed via an IP network.
At CES 2007, Let It Wave also introduces its advanced frame rate
converter, which smartly computes HDTV intermediate frames and eliminates motion blur and flickers while removing film judder, an essential requirement for new 100 and 120Hz LCD and Plasma displays.
Developed for machine vision and motion analysis applications, the LUPA-300 VGA image sensor features a frame rate
of 250 FPS and a fully synchronous snapshot shutter, making it possible to read one image while the next is being acquired and to capture moving objects without distortion.