“Display pixel caching” by Birklbauer, Liu, Bimber, Grosse and Grundhöfer

  • ©Clemens Birklbauer, Tianlun Liu, Oliver Bimber, Max Grosse, and Anselm Grundhöfer




    Display pixel caching



    A variety of standard video modes that stretch or zoom lower resolution video content linearly to take full advantage of large screen sizes have been implemented in TV sets. When content and screen aspect ratios differ, format proportions may be compromised, video content may be clipped, or screen regions may remain unused. Newer techniques, such as video retargeting and video upsampling, rescale individual video frames and can potentially match them to the display resolution and aspect ratio. However, none of these methods can display simultaneously more than is contained in a single frame.

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