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Pixelworks: 20-year leader in image processing innovation @ CES 2022



Pixelworks TrueCut Motion video perfectionFor content creators, one of the biggest issues can be ensuring that what the end consumer hears and sees is exactly what you intended. In theaters, this problem has been mostly remedied by creating industry standards that apply across theater chains and projector manufacturers. However, as more media has moved to home viewing, the experience changes significantly, depending on the hardware being used – particularly the television. This is exactly the problem that Pixelworks is looking to solve with TrueCut Motion.

Who is Pixelworks?

Pixelworks is a 20-year leader in image processing innovation, providing solutions and technology that enable highly authentic viewing experiences with superior visual quality. Their products are used by some of the biggest names in the consumer electronics, professional displays, and video streaming industries. The company is committed to delivering even more impressive image processing technologies in the years to come!

What is TrueCut Motion?

TrueCut Motion is Pixelworks’ new technology designed with the needs of content creators in mind. The goal is to ensure that motion picture quality and sound are delivered exactly as they were intended, regardless of which display or projector a viewer chooses to use. The company has created multiple levels of TrueCut Motion technology, allowing them to provide solutions for any budget or need.

As we move further into the era of streaming media, it’s more important than ever to have a technology provider that understands the challenges and intricacies of delivering high-quality content. Pixelworks is that company, and TrueCut Motion is their solution for ensuring an optimal viewing experience for everyone, regardless of their setup.

How does TrueCut Motion work?

TrueCut Motion technology has been developed over Pixelworks’ 20-year history and is an important part of their continued innovation. It works by manipulating pixels to adjust for perceived judder, which can make content feel choppy or unnatural when viewed on a television. The team has worked diligently to create algorithms that fully compensate for this, delivering a smooth and seamless picture.

The Pixelworks team has also worked on noise reduction, eliminating unwanted visual artifacts that could otherwise detract from the viewing experience. The company incorporates three different levels of noise reduction into TrueCut Motion technology – Ultra Precision, Precision, and High Efficiency – all depending on the budget or needs of their customer. They are the only company to offer this level of customization for noise reduction.

Pixelworks has big plans for TrueCut Motion and image processing in general. They want to continue developing technologies that will make it easier than ever for content creators to deliver an optimal viewing experience across all screens – from smartphones and tablets to large home theater displays. Pixelworks is also working on ensuring that their technology works with newer display formats like HDR, making it even more impressive and useful for content creators across all media!

TrueCut Motion and TCL

At CES this year, Pixelworks announced a new partnership with TCL – one of the world’s largest television manufacturers. This means that the TrueCut Motion technology will be integrated into select TCL televisions, delivering an even better viewing experience for consumers. With Pixelworks and TCL working together, we’re sure to see some impressive advancements in the near future!

Summary

If you want more information about Pixelworks, TrueCut Motion, or their partnership with TCL check out the Pixelworks website.

Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central.

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MGo Makes 4K Video Streaming a Reality at CES



Mgo logoIt seems like only yesterday we were crazy about our new high-definition TV’s. “We’ll never need anything better than this!” we proclaimed in pure satisfaction. But the times move on and so does the tech.

No doubt TPN followers are well aware of the arrival of 4K video. Marlo had a chat with Christophe Louvion, COO of MGO, a premium video-streaming service that specializes in 4K presentations. Louvion tells the story of how MGO was hoping to launch its 4K service at CES 2014, but they weren’t quite ready to go live. They did manage a successful launch later in the year, however, and MGO’s streaming capabilities have improved since.

Christophe also explains how MGO rebuilt the service after that failed launch, starting with the TV set and working back to the content provider.

Interview by Marlo Anderson from The Tech Ranch.

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Viotech Communications Creates New Way to Consume Content



Viotech Communications introduces eHome
Viotech Communications introduces eHome
At Eureka Park we saw a really cool product from Viotech Communications, which allows a user to access all of their content, from any device, from anywhere there is an Internet connection. The service, called my eHome, is a set-top box type of solution (the box is called “HomeB”), which lets you, as Viotech says, multi-play your home. Essentially, it’s one unique way to use multiple screens, with multiple types of content, from multiple services, with multiple users, from multiple locations. Viotech created eHome because they understood that each user who is in a household likes to view their own content in their own way, and there was no service that currently allowed each individual to do just that, as well as maintain control of their own content without letting others see their own personal files. That’s only the tip of the iceberg though, as there are a ton of different features and capabilities to make this suit practically anyone’s home and needs.

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Video by Scott Ertz of F5 Live.


Netgear: How Many Devices Are on Your Router?



Double the Count in One Year

Connected devices – tablets, streaming video, smartphones,thermostats – are growing rapidly, with the average home deploying over seven devices on a home router – almost doubling over the past year. Netgear announced eight new products, optimized to serve all of these devices. Products such as the Netgear N-900 Router give better range, and the ability to give priority to certain types of traffic, such as gaming or VoIP.

In the interview, we also discuss PowerLine Carrier as an alternative in the home. Netgear just announced a 500Mb/sec version, with a 1Gb system on the roadmap.

Interview by Andy McCaskey and Courtney Wallin of SDRNews for the TechPodcast Network.

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Shodogg: Fetch, Toss, Share Video



Stream Your Favorite Videos from Smartphone to Computer

It’s kind of like Apple’s Airplay, but with multiplatform support for Android, game consoles, internet connected TV’s, laptops, desktops and mobile devices. Shodogg is a video delivery platform that allows any smartphone the ability to send any streaming media content to any screen whether it’s a desktop, a tablet or an Internet enabled television.

 

Interview by Andy McCaskey of SDRNews for the TechPodcast Network.

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Wifi Compatible Sony Bloggie Live with Live Streaming from Qik



Sony Bloggie Live
Sony Bloggie Live

Monday, 9 am, Todd Cochrane and Jeffrey Powers head to Ceasar’s Palace and the Sony Lifestyle store to talk about the newest version of the Sony Bloggie – The Bloggie Live.

The Bloggie Live itself is an update of last years Bloggie Touch. With a big touchpanel and 1080p video (at 30fps), you can do video and stills on the camera with the 12 MP still image capture and 1080p /30 and 720p/60i. You can also do video and stills at the same time (but not while streaming).

“We keep the Bloggie very simple and easy to use,” says Amy. “The large red button remains, your power button and photo button are the other two. It is fully PC and Mac compatible.”

The fun comes in after you shoot. You can live stream into Qik (which needs to be set up ahead of time). People on Qik can send messages – you cannot respond, but you can see that information on the screen.

Play Memories Mobile Lets You Tether Your Bloggie

With a cellular signal, download the Play Memories Mobile (for iPhone or Android) and you can use your phone as a hot spot for your photos or video.

The Bloggie Live is available on January 10th for $249

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