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|Originally posted by jrp
Here are some areas we are placing at highest priority to continue improvement after this release, in approximate priority order:
- HD â€œpassthrough-plusâ€ mode. This is a pass-through (i.e. no scaling) but with calibration features.
- 480i digital input mode (psuedo â€œHDMIâ€ mode).
- Improved PAL deinterlacing for SD sources.
- HDCP compatibility. Still have a couple of issue here, but have fixed most of them.
- HD inverse telecine
- 10-bit datapath
And of course we will fix bugs as quick as we can when they are reported.
|May i know what exactly the 10-bit pipeline does?|
|Originally posted by Steve Bruzonsky
...Question re the upcoming HD pass through plus mode for those of us with analog CRT projectors? Do I assume correctly that this feature will still convert incoming analog video to digital, and then permit calibration (color, black level, tint, etc.)? Will it then permit size and timing adjustments?
Will it transcode? And assuming its still converts incoming analog video to digital, then what is the advantage of this mode vs just using the regular mode and setting your output to the same as the incoming scan rate, which I do now with my Dwin HD-700 CRT projector?
Or is this an analog pass through?