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having a pattern of fretwork or latticework

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In a controlled office environment, with relatively low motion and low detail-pretty much your standard set-based streaming shoot--you'll see little difference if shooting between progressive versus interlaced mode, even with a high-energy performer like John Madden or Dick Vitale.
If you're shooting sports or other high-motion video outside or under very good lighting, where you can sustain a high shutter speed, put your interlaced camcorder away and buy a progressive camcorder.
Let's discuss the theoretical background of interlaced vs.
This interlaced display technique was deemed necessary to promote smoothness during the early days of television.
When used in Interlaced Therapy[TM], we believe that mibefradil and other T-type calcium channel inhibitors will amplify the cancer killing effect of current chemotherapies thereby offering an improvement over standard treatments.
When used in the company's proprietary Interlaced Therapy[TM], mibefradil demonstrates excellent pre-clinical activity in brain, pancreatic, ovarian, and breast cancers by magnifying tumor sensitivity to conventional chemotherapy and overcoming drug resistance.
The company's approach, called Interlaced Therapy[TM], capitalizes on the central role of calcium influx through T-type calcium channels during cancer cell growth.
While transferring interlaced video formats to the LCD TV's progressive display, color transitions are sharpened through iDEA's algorithms and motion compensated de-interlacing to minimize any "ghost trailing" effects.
Cobra accepts RGB, TV and special format interlaced video signals, and uses four independent video scalers to support a multi video display.
Additionally, the chip offers composite and S-video TV outputs, interlaced or progressive analog component video outputs (YPbPr or RGB), and support for DVI output.
The player features NTSC/PAL output in composite and S-Video formats with interlaced or progressive component video output in 480i, 480p, 1080i, 720p and user-definable linear and non-linear resolutions.
The new HDTV UpConverter converts standard interlaced video (480i or 480p) and standard definition television signals into HDTV, progressive-scan resolutions of 480p, 720p or 1080i to provide users with cinema-quality video for an exhilarating home-theater experience.
In addition, with this device, users can experience high-definition resolution video from legacy, interlaced video equipment - VCRs, cable TV boxes, DVD players, satellite receivers and video game devices.
In addition, most households have multiple video sources - VCRs, cable TV boxes, DVD players, satellite receivers and video game devices - that only deliver standard definition interlaced video (480i) signal (even if the signal is sent to an expensive HDTV-capable TV).
By utilizing pixel-by-pixel motion adaptive de-interlacing without introducing motion artifacts, CinemaView Technology turns a standard definition interlaced video signal into pure 1280 x 720 progressive scan or 1920 x 1080 interlaced HDTV resolution video with superior image scaling.