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I thought, Teranex is using Motion Compensation for De-Interlacing and Framerate-Conversions?
At least according to this:
Elsewhere, I read Teranex (was) using the SiliconOptics's 'Realta' chipset for doing so.
Please, could anyone from BMD bring light into this?
Thank You and Best Regards,
P.S.: I would really like to see a Teranex that processes files!
Whether it is internally on a PCI-E board or externally via PCI-E or Thunderbolt adapter.
Doesn't matter if in realtime or simply 'fast enough' - Quality matters!
!!! F I L E - B A S E D___P R O C E S S I N G !!!