interlaced image

interlaced image

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A progressive scan delivers the image to the screen in a single pass, while the interlaced image is delivered in two passes, theoretically yielding a less-smooth picture.
With progressive scan, the entire image is written at one time, rather than being split into two, as happens with an interlaced image.
ColorStream, unlike ColorStream Pro, delivers an interlaced image -- instead of 480 lines of resolution every 60 seconds, it delivers 240.
The processing aperture is adjusted on a pixel-by-pixel basis preserving the detail in the original interlaced image, eliminating combing artifacts or "jaggies" in the HD image.
The OV7500 Series and OV7000 Series are single-chip analog camera devices with two on-chip composite video encoders that output a high-quality interlaced image suitable for closed-circuit television (CCTV).
The 12-bit image processing engine of the XCM-240 is also designed to provide minimal delay and eliminate spatial resolution errors caused by interlaced images, Osee concluded.
In this way, the interlaced images are exactly in register with the lenses due to the fact that these images are generated through and with help of the lens array itself
The technical challenge for display manufacturers is how to convert the 440 (w) x 484 (h) interlaced images of legacy NTSC (480i) into high-quality content for display on expensive, flat-panel HDTVs.
Instead of multiple interlaced images, there is a smooth transition between frames--what Munn calls a "time wipe smear.
35 micron embedded DRAM process, converts 50 and 60Hz images into either progressive scan or 100/120 Hz interlaced images using unique and proprietary algorithms.
Philips Semiconductors' TriMedia architecture incorporates the required computational power and flexibility to process the broad range of display formats specified in the ATSC standard -- ranging from low-resolution to High Definition Television (HDTV) with progressive scan and interlaced images.