HQV


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HQV

(Hollywood Quality Video) A family of video processing technologies from Integrated Device Technologies (IDT) that includes scaling, deinterlacing, image sharpening and cadence detection. Acquired from Silicon Optix in 2008, the HQV algorithms in IDT's Reon VX and Vida chips are used in A/V receivers, Blu-ray/DVD players and other video equipment. See video processing.
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Yamaha recognizes that HQV is known as the premier standard in video processing today.
IDT HQV video processing technology brings the IDT silicon-based problem-solving heritage to the HQV video processing expertise.
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During the quarter, IDT divested its HQV business to Qualcomm for approximately $60 million.
When combined with Qualcomm's high-performance Snapdragon processor, integrated HQV technology will raise the quality bar for media consumption on smartphones, tablets and other smart media devices.
It also includes a built-in Silicon Optix HQV Reon-VX video processor and PW390 scaler to ensure a smoother picture.
The projector also includes a built-in Silicon Optix HQV Reon-VX video processor and PW390 scaler to ensure a smoother picture.
In addition, each model features a dual-layer auto iris, built-in IDT HQV Vida(TM) Video Processor and PW390 video scaler, and Epson's Super-resolution and FineFrame(TM) technologies to deliver state-of-the-art performance and image quality in each of their respective categories.
Along with HQV video processing, timing controller, and re-timer products for Smart TV and 3D displays, IDT will exhibit the world's first DisplayPort[TM]-based device to enable the user to connect up to four monitors to a single DisplayPort connection and support vertical image formats.