automatic picture control

automatic picture control

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ′pik·chər kən‚trōl]
(electronics)
A multiple-contact switch used in some color television receivers to disconnect one or more of the regular controls and make connections to corresponding preset controls.
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The Automatic Picture Control (APC) feature dynamically adjusts the processing parameters used to obtain optimal improvements on every output frame.
Under the new BeoVision 12, Bang & Olufsen will set new standards for the cinematic experience, as it presents an advanced plasma solution with very thin design and new adaption features such as automatic picture control and color management technologies to ensure, a rich and true-to-life viewing experience.
Bang & Olufsen's Automatic Picture Control feature senses the level of ambient light from the room and dynamically alters the picture adjustments accordingly, so that the picture quality is maintained day and night.
These technologies include daylight adaptation with an anti-reflective contrast screen for pleasurable viewing even in strong light; more natural movements are created with an adaptive motion compensation algorithm; dynamic noise reduction monitors source signals and dull pictures; and automatic picture control sensors ensure a richer screen experience.
Framed in robust brushed aluminum, the screen features a special anti-reflection coating that prevents light reflections and the Automatic Picture Control sensor adjusts brightness and contrast in any light condition of the room.
The LH90 employs local dimming technology for precise automatic picture control, resulting in deeper blacks and wider color gamut.
It encompasses a wide selection of picture improvement technologies such as anti-reflection coating that reduces annoying reflections from the screen and automatic picture control which adjusts the light output of BeoVision 4-85 to adapt to varying room lighting conditions for optimum viewing day or night.
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