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Darbee Visual Presence
A visual processing technology from DarbeeVision Inc. that uses proprietary methods to enhance the depth and clarity of video images. All performed in real time, Darbee Visual Presence creates a "saliency map" for each frame that outlines the parts of the image that are important. It also creates a stereo view of each frame and alters the luminance values to create depth. The technology is built into products such as the highly praised Oppo Blu-ray players, and it comes as a stand-alone unit that can be inserted into the A/V chain of a home theater. See video processor.
A chip or stand-alone component that provides video format conversion. Video processing chips are built into video equipment such as A/V receivers and Blu-ray and DVD players, while stand-alone "outboard" video processors reside in the home theater equipment rack between the TV set-top box and the TV.
A Lot of Processing
A video processor may perform all or some combination of the following functions: upconversion, deinterlacing, frame rate conversion, noise reduction, artifact removal, lip sync (A/V synchronization) and edge enhancement. See upconvert, deinterlace, mosquito noise, Gaussian noise and lip sync.
Home Theater Video Processor
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